Doesn't compare with the other things stolen, posted here, but was still upsetting to me. I don't have a lock tray for my gas cans on my trailer, so I unload them and put them up by my Garage doors. Figure that would be safe enough since I live on a dead end road and they have to walk past 2 trucks (on the road) and 2 cars (on the drive) to get up there. Been doing this all spring, so was nothing to store them there again this weekend. But dangit, was going to refuel my mower to mow my own yard today, walked to get one of the cans and "WTF". They were nice enough to leave the empty can and the one that had maybe a gallon in it, but my 2 full 5 gallon cans were gone. I am so small scale, that really hurts. I only had two jobs last week and that was about half of my profit . So, can you claim stolen gas as a business loss on your taxes??? Has me second thinking my storage situation. They could have taken alot more. My big truck hasn't been getting very good gas mileage, I wonder if they are sucking my gas out as well. Perhaps I should invest in some locking caps. Oh well, lesson learned and it only cost me about $50 bucks counting the cans too.