*** This is copied over from the FaceBook page, but i'll post it here for some continuity*** Firstly; To those who offered us help and advice I thank you from the pit of my soul. The situation is still terribly grim... really grim in fact - but it's nice to know that strangers and friends alike care enough to offer a message of condolences. It means a lot to us whilst we are so very far from home. Secondly; Guys, please. I can't suffer anymore advice in relation to unpacking the bikes. The bikes were in a secured lockup with a manned guard. We took every possible precaution neccesary for this not to happen. The room we slept in was actually more public and less secure than where the bikes were located overnight. We have travelled extensively throughout various sketchy regions and cities and we know how to read our surroundings. This was not a lapse of concentration on our part. This was a raid that affected many vehicles and more than one property. The situation is akin to putting your cash in the bank, only for the bank to be robbed, and then have people to retroactively offer the advice that you should have just kept the cash permanently in your pocket at all times. It was not feasible. We stored what we could securely, what didn't fit was in the lockup compound, and the place was raided. The Police were aware of our complaint before we even reported it.