A biker in London had his bike stolen recently. Frustrated with the lack of police action, he put up his own website, http://www.motorbikethieves.com, with CCTV pictures of the perpetrators. Have a look at it here.
I sympathise with the loss of the bike (a Triumph, too!), and I feel lucky that where I live there is very little crime of this sort. I also agree wholeheartedly with his anger at commentators who say that it's his own fault for not locking the bike more securely. You should be able - should be able - to park your bike or car anywhere with the keys in, and find it unmolested when you get back. Just like a woman should be able to go out wearing a short skirt and not be raped. Blaming the victim is something the Left do so well - as long as the victim isn't in an 'approved' group. Anyone of a Libertarian bent will find a lot to agree with in the biker's remarks. (Another thing to annoy the independent and freedom-loving - the Police advised him not to put the website up, as it may "interfere with the investigation". What investigation? he might be justified in asking. But typically, the citizen is again advised to remain passive and powerless, while the 'authorities' get busy with doing very little. The power remains with us, Sonny, and don't you forget it.)
Good luck to him with his website and I hope someone shops the scum who stole the bike. Not that I have any faith that anything would happen if they did, mind you.
H/t to Gareth Owens, on whose blog I found the story.