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Brother's 1996 Legacy wagon was stolen from Northgate, north of Seattle (FOUND)

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I don't know if this is the best spot to put this, but my brother's 1996 legacy wagon was stolen from the transit center in Northgate, just north of Seattle.  It's a white second gen legacy wagon without hub caps.  The license plate is AJT6707.  Here are some pictures below.  It no longer has the bra on the front.  If you see it, please post and call the police as the car has been reported stolen.

 

http://main.experiencetherave.com/subaru/images/96legacy

 

If you all could keep your eyes out on craigslist or around, We'd greatly appreciate it!

 

Thanks & happy 4th!

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I work at a shop in Snohomish county. I'll start the north end BOLO. Let me know if it isn't found by Monday. I can start a flyer at some of the north end parts places and shops.

Edited by Crazyeights

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Im too far away to do any good. Hopefully just some yahoos on a joyride. Fingers crossed they get caught without destroying the thing!

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Well my brother got a call from the cops on Monday that they found his Legacy in Capital Hill.  The license plates were taken off and it was sitting in a private lot.  They ran into a few things as the exterior has some damage as well as the interior.

 

It looks like they broke the steering column lock, but my brother said it didn't look like the motor was messed with.  His insurance is going to look at it, but I told him probably the best thing to do is if you can find replacement bumpers, hood, door in the junkyard and then re-paint it....that'd probably work out better in the long run.

 

So with that being said, anyone know of any second gen Legacies that are being parted out or know where some may be in a junkyard?

 

Here's a pic of the car as found.

 

NLegacy.jpg

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That inventory list for picknpull is excellent.  I wish the yard near me told you the row where they put the cars instead of just saying "out yonder".  I usually only find a few of the cars that are supposed to be there.

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