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Discussion in 'Stolen Equipment' started by fatguy28, Sep 8, 2010.
some jerk stole my blower it was only 4 month old i hope he get's hit by a bus.
You should lock up all of your handhelds. I put locks on all of my stuff
I hope the bus backs up and runs him over again.
Yeah me too lol. Its some dirt bag that cant afford a 6 pack
Everyone needs to pay very close attention to detail in trying to prevent theft, as the economy continues to erode, theft will continue to rise.
Try backpage.com and craigslist.com
All of our rack have rhino locks and the other racks have been augmented with log chains and heavy locks. When a piece of equipment is done, it goes back to the truck if possible. Other than that it is hidden inside some shrubbery.........underneath or somewhere compatible that the orange color isn't noticed readily. Just don't forget the equipment.
A few years ago, at a commercial newspaper office, we left a 10 ft. ladder behind a row of hollies. It was there all fall until we remembered where it was at.......the next time we serviced the site. It was still there!!!!!!!! On a sour note............we have had about 4 blowers stolen over the years. This was from employee neglect.
There should be a decoy one so when they use it it explodes or chokes them lol.
I hope the bus just grases him and he suffers fully alert for a long time before painfully dying.