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    Biker seeks stolen 'memory vest'

    Have you seen this Vest?

    By MARK S. LUCKIE
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    Last update: November 15, 2004

    Art Snider wore a patchwork of memories on his back.

    A World War II pin from his father passed down to him before he died. POW patches in honor of a family friend. A limited edition Harley-Davidson centennial pin given to him by his wife.

    But the collection that spanned more than 30 years was lost in about 30 minutes.

    Now the biker community is coming together to get it back.

    Snider, a Jacksonville resident and grandfather of three, rode his Harley-Davidson Fat Boy into Daytona Beach for Biketoberfest last month, but left without one of his most prized possessions, a "memory vest" that was stolen from his motorcycle in a guarded parking lot.

    "I just can't believe somebody would steal that," Snider said. "I can't fathom someone wearing something (of someone else's) that people died, bled and sweated for."
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    "What does it mean to you? For me, it's something I just do."

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    Skumbag give the man his vest back .

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    That's fucking low. Give it back. Remember that things go around if you know what I mean!

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    if you see this vest call the cops immediately and get it returned. Anyone who steals a memory vest is not a fellow biker.
    "What does it mean to you? For me, it's something I just do."

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