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Old 05-31-2013, 08:56 AM
32vld 32vld is offline
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Little bastids. I had 2 br600 bp blowers lifted at McDonald's. sent a guy there to pick up drinks for everyone since it was closer than a store and hotter than heck that day. He pulled in was the only person inside. So he wasn't there 5 minutes got back to car dealership we were ready to blow off lot and realize blowers were gone. So had to run and buy 2 so we could clean up lot. Went to McDonald's and a camera was pointing right where he parked but they wouldn't show me the film without police. Gave up figured I'd cut my losses and by the time I met deductibles wouldn't get much back and figured insurance rate would go up. I would like to catch em with their hands in my truck
You should of called the police. Calling the police does not mean you have to notify your insurance company.
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Old 05-31-2013, 10:08 AM
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A fella I know had his whole trailer stolen last year. Came back around front and truck was still there but trailer and all the gear was GONE. Never got it back. Now I lock my safety chain.
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Old 05-31-2013, 10:15 AM
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A fella I know had his whole trailer stolen last year. Came back around front and truck was still there but trailer and all the gear was GONE. Never got it back. Now I lock my safety chain.
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This stuff happens ALL THE TIME in Atlanta (and suburbs). You really have to be careful in older wooded communities because all the trees provide cover for the thieves. I would advise everyone to put miniature GPS tracking devices on all your equipment, be sure to register your serial numbers with the manufacturer, and place special markings on power equipment only known to you as an identifier.
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