Stolen Lawn Equipment - Pictures

Discussion in 'Stolen Equipment' started by TLBumpus, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. chuacro

    chuacro LawnSite Senior Member
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    Wright stander 42" with deck painted black. The front forks are about 4"higher than the regular mower. Also, worldlawn mower S" 200107 with 11 hp honda motor.
     
  2. sweetz

    sweetz LawnSite Bronze Member
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    You might want to post that where people will actually see it under your own thread & not on someone else's thread.:waving:
     
  3. chuacro

    chuacro LawnSite Senior Member
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    I wil do that. You know being mad and not thinking I just responded to this thread. Hope I did not cause any problems.
     
  4. sweetz

    sweetz LawnSite Bronze Member
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    The mad part I can easily understand, a few months ago I had a few thousand $'s of my equipment stolen.
     
  5. prizeprop

    prizeprop LawnSite Senior Member
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    I sometimes wonder how come none of these guys throw up a red flag to the police towing a trailer in the middle of the night.If I was a cop,that would grab my attention,especially if its a problem in the area.
     
  6. WestKYMower

    WestKYMower LawnSite Member
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    It was July 2009 when they stole my truck, trailer, and equipment. Absolutely zero help from police. We spent much time, effort, and money to get flyers out, postings online, contacting all police and pawn shops in 5 states only to find out that when people called the local crime stoppers number they would tell them "we don't know what your talking about." Plus it would take anywhere from 5 to 7 calls to the police dept just to get someone to call us back. Anyway, the truck was found burned in Tennessee and none of the equipment has been recovered. We did have a possible lead and contacted our police dept in September. The sheriff said he would keep us updated...again still have not recieved a single call back from them. All I can say, is if your robbed, take it in your own hands to investigate and find your theives. If we had known that our police dept would do nothing, we would have started the minute we realized our stuff was stolen. We can't say they won't come back, but if they do we are now fully armed, fully alarmed, fully camered, and fully ready.
     
  7. BIGBOY2008

    BIGBOY2008 LawnSite Member
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    Is lawn equipment still being stole on a regular basis down in Marshal County?
     
  8. nepatsfan

    nepatsfan LawnSite Gold Member
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    I had a similar experience with my local police and people wonder why I hate cops. Always ask me if I have been in trouble..nope. They are lazy public parasites. Any luck yet?
     
  9. Lugnut

    Lugnut LawnSite Senior Member
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    Same here with the cops, I had a Stihl demo saw and a Stihl ms440 stolen and the cops were useless...Crackhead neighbor was the suspect, police report stated that they attempted to interview him BUT HE WASNT HOME. Guess they were too busy giving people seatbelt tickets and playing revenuer than doing their job as police to go back a second time
     

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