Help Find Juan Rada’s Stolen Truck, UTV and Bike

Not exactly the way to sum up an already difficult weekend, Liquid Militia rider Juan Rada came home from racing in Expert Runabout Stock class this past weekend at the Hydro-Turf Pro Watercross tour stop in Panama City Beach, FL only to find that his complete rig, UTV and bike were missing!

For those paying close attention to the social circles online, Juan was honored to have multi-time IJSBA World Champion Craig Warner personally set up his 310R for this weekend’s race, having recently picked it up from Mountain Motorsports in Lithia Springs, Georgia. Thankfully, the trailer and brand-new Kawasaki Ultra 310R were parked elsewhere.

We hope that some eagle-eyed reader of The Watercraft Journal will spot this combo somewhere soon and alert the police. There’s quite a bit of money, time, blood, sweat and tears poured into Juan’s travel rig.

Below we’ve included the original alert as posted by Shawn Alladio:

Please Help us! Screen shot these pics and re post it please on your pages, help us to find the truck, trailer, Jetski and ATV. These were stolen at the race this weekend. Our ‪LiquidMilitia‬ team rider Juan Rada’s rig was stolen last night in Miami, Florida. If you see this rig call the police and help solve this crime. They stole everything you see in the pic. Please help with finding and stopping thieves like this who prey on hard working folks and ruin dreams and lives! Any information is important! Keep a watch friends! Our Team Riders were left stranded and need our help! We appreciate the Miami Dade Law Enforcement community and we’re counting on you to find these thieves! Thanks LE’s!

Watch Craigslist, dealerships be alert, any news you hear about quick sales or these items that may look similar in another color! Check with DMV to check HIN and VIN #’s before you buy. Stay alert and vigilant!

Theft occurred at 11580 N.W. 105 St, Miami FL
Case ‪#‎PD140520183767‬ Ph: 305-471-2800 Date Reported: 5-20-14

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Editor-in-Chief – [email protected] Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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