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THIEVING scum broke into my truck

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Thursday evening I went for a meal with friends at a pub around Tewksbury, came out to find some little rascal had smashed the back passenger window on my ranger and stolen a white makita impact driver and battery out of the back seat. 

So a £40 meal turned into a £75 window excess on my insurance, a £150 impact driver bill and at least a week or 2 without a window in the truck as it’s tinted glass and special order. 

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53 minutes ago, Rwhiteheadfirewood said:

Thursday evening I went for a meal with friends at a pub around Tewksbury, came out to find some little rascal had smashed the back passenger window on my ranger and stolen a white makita impact driver and battery out of the back seat. 

So a £40 meal turned into a £75 window excess on my insurance, a £150 impact driver bill and at least a week or 2 without a window in the truck as it’s tinted glass and special order. 

Shit bag .

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I know it closing stable door after, etc etc, but those lil smart droplet kits usually free from police, grab a couple fr yr saws n hand tools. Ain't gonna help now but worth making it harder next time an with the stickers in yr new window might make the lil cant pass it by fr another truck. K

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