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Old 11-16-2013, 04:15 AM
newz7151 newz7151 is offline
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Central TX, East Williamson County area 11/14/2013

I know this is a long shot, but since there ARE some of you here from the Central Texas/Austin/Round Rock area, I thought I would post this here of a theft from a residence in Taylor,TX.

STOLEN EQUIPMENT NOTICE: LOCATION OF THEFT, RESIDENTIAL GARAGE IN SOUTH EAST TAYLOR AREA.
This is a notice of stolen outdoor power equipment from a residence in a south east Taylor neighborhood which occurred sometime on the night of November 14th, 2013. Anyone approached with an offer to purchase at a seemingly amazing price should contact the Taylor Police Department at 512-352-5552. All of this equipment was in very good to like new condition.

Equipment Listing as follows:
ECHO:
PB-250LN handheld blower, SN-P40212201247

CS-370 chainsaw with 16" bar and likely in an orange case, SN-C06212080954

PAS-230 multi tool powerhead, SN-S75212024527
PolePruner attachment, SN-S06800045821
Articulating Hedge Trimmer Attachment, SN-S06700043519

HC-152 Hedge Trimmer, SN-S94012041655

TORO Walk behind lawnmower with large rear wheels, model number 20371, SN-313028651 (model and serial number is under the back flap)

CORE- High power battery operated string trimmers, (2) Model CGTSD, SN-201201021476 and 201201016441 (they didn't know to steal the chargers or the batteries though, so useless without that)

Want to thank everyone in advance for keeping their peepers peeled!
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Old 11-16-2013, 09:43 AM
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Keep scouring craigslist...ill keep a lookout..turn in serial numbers
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Old 11-16-2013, 09:59 AM
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Sorry to hear. Good luck getting the stuff back... They got into your residential garage huh? That's scary!
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Old 11-17-2013, 11:27 PM
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Sorry to hear. Good luck getting the stuff back... They got into your residential garage huh? That's scary!
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Actually, this stuff belonged to a good customer of ours and they kicked the back door of the garage in which was on the backside of the house away from the street. Guessing it was someone in a car because they didn't take the brand new Bear-Cat chipper shredder or the Bear-Cat walk behind trimmer or the wheeled vac he had in there, so guessing once they had the Toro mower in the trunk they could only fit the handhelds in the rest of the car.
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