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Old 06-05-2011, 09:12 AM
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I hope we keep this thread alive and hear positive results from the story
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Old 06-05-2011, 10:22 AM
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God I hope they catch these guys . I live in Hollywood they have stole my boats and anything not nailed down. I hope I here themnext time . My gun is loaded and ready.
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TTT ... Good picture of the thief.
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Hey, if the law there is like in Michigan the victim will get court ordered restitution too! They won't end his probation until he pays and he WILL get busted if that photo gets circulated. he no doubt lives near by.
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Clip that pic and put it up on Facebook with a BRIEF explanation. It'll shoot around like wildfire.

It just has to be done in that area.
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What a smart boat owner. I really hope they are able to catch these punks... hopefully this thread stays alive.
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This reminds me of a friends of mine who was sleeping on his Magnum and someone attempted to steal the boat with him sleeping on it!! He teamed up in making these alarm devices to prevent boat theft. That actually happened to him more than once.

http://www.pogoalarms.com/
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That POS needs a good kick to the face.
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Unreal. To make matters worse the hack cut his harness so he will have to replace the wiring as well in the boat. Guess disconnecting the plug would have taken 2 seconds longer....

I just saw that 2 of my tanks for my grill were stolen from my place in Maine. I could care less if they take the gas but at leaste bring back the fing tanks!!!!
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