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Alko Hitchlock..where There's A Will, There's A Way


Hobbynut
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Had my car broken into earlier this week and the night before I had put things in it to take to my caravan. .End result was that the keys to my Alko 3004 hitchlock got stolen. .Spoke to a friend of mine who has been involved with caravans for years and his answer was no problem, we will sort in Sunday morning. .Went to the van this morning and in under 10 minutes it was off.

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Hobbynut

It wasn't me. .The big lads did it and ran away

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Dead simple. ..a Tungsten Carbide drill bit. ..he did say that it was a good job it wasn't a Bulldog as it would have taken a bit longer

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Hobbynut

It wasn't me. .The big lads did it and ran away

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Just goes to show that if a thief wants your caravan, they will have it no matter what level of security you have fitted to it. Although most thieves will use quicker (and quieter) methods than Tungsten Carbide drill bits. ;)

Carry On Camping!

 

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