|simmy952 ||11-03-2007 09:27 AM |
Akron, OH. This is a friend of mine. It is a custom blazer and this is going to be hard to unload.
|Tugboater203 ||11-03-2007 11:40 PM |
Good luck. We'll do what we can, as previously stated something that unique can't stay down forever.
|sparky ||11-04-2007 02:23 PM |
Good luck man, I sure hope she breaks on the thief, and they send it in to PPS. Best of luck!
|Gotpaint92 ||11-04-2007 06:57 PM |
If the theif even knows what a gem he stole.
|Prophet ||11-05-2007 08:58 AM |
I suspect that he [the thief] will part out the pieces and sell them. He will sell the pieces one at a time, slowly as to avoid quick detection. Keep a close watch on eBay. I get around on there pretty often... if I see anything I will post up here.
Another good idea is to alert as many paintball forums as you can to the theft. That way if the thief tries to sell it on a forum and that forum has been warned then BAM you got him.
Hope you get your stuff back man.
|Phantom Mikey ||11-05-2007 09:31 AM |
Considering how quickly it was taken, it sounds like someone knew it would be there... who knew you were expecting a marker to be delivered via UPS?
|ceojetbroadband ||12-09-2007 02:12 PM |
Also, keep in mind that the person who may have it now may not know that it was stolen at one point. It could have been sold to someone that paid good money for it as well. I am going to guess that someone just swiped the box hoping for a good Xmas present or something?
|c6quad ||12-09-2007 03:25 PM |
yeah, the person that stole it could have very well not known what it was he was taking. he just stole it to be stealing something. anyways... i hope you get it back!!!
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