Motorcycles Dirt Bike Returned 17 Years After It Was Stolen

11:27  26 april  2018
11:27  26 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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California man Kamron Golbaf got a joyous surprise this week when the California Highway Patrol reached out to alert him that they have found his 1998 Honda CR 80 dirt bike that was reported stolen 17 years ago.

CHP returns dirt bike stolen in 2001 to Riverside, California rider. Way back in December of 2001, 11- year -old Kamron Golbaf of Riverside, California, discovered that someone had stolen his prized Honda CR80. After buying the bike , the new owner went to go register it and was informed that

a man standing in front of a car posing for the camera© Provided by TIME Inc. California man Kamron Golbaf got a joyous surprise this week when the California Highway Patrol reached out to alert him that they have found his 1998 Honda CR 80 dirt bike that was reported stolen 17 years ago. The bike was ripped off back in 2001 when Golbaf was just 11 years old.

According to a story from The Press Enterprise, California Highway Patrol spokesman Officer Mike Lassig said that the motorcycle has been purchased via a Craigslist ad. And in an completely unshocking turn of events for a Craigslist interaction, when the new buyer went to register the bike at the DMW, they could not locate the bike’s records and handed the information over to the California Highway Patrol's Temecula station accordingly to investigate.

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Dirt Bike Returned 17 Years After Being Stolen CHP returns stolen dirt bike stolen in 2001 to Riverside, California rider Way back in December of 2001, 11-year-old Kamron Golbaf of Riverside, California, discovered that someone had stolen his prized Honda.

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“What’s truly amazing is the fact that Kamron was 11 years old when he notified law enforcement that his Honda had been stolen from his garage,” Officer Mike Lassig said.

“I was devastated,” Golbaf told Patch of the time that bike was stolen. “It was a big a deal when it was taken. For the longest time I thought my dad got rid of it because I started to do some stupid, unsafe stuff on it.”

Following inspection, the officer was able to determine is was the very bike that had been stolen in December 2001 in Riverside. The very one from the incident that crushed a little boy’s heart nearly two decades ago. The investigation into the original theft, however, is still ongoing.

But all in all, Golbaf has been reunited with the faithful steed of his boyhood—even if it is a bit on the small side for him now.

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