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  • Scubagirl Dec 19, 2012

    At least this time the headlines and etc is correct! THANK YOU!

  • Rebelyell55 Dec 19, 2012

    Wonder how you can find out what was recovered, I've still not located or heard about my stolen trailer. Except I use to get a mailing wanting to know if I've found it yet or not from the Sheiff office.

  • more cowbell Dec 18, 2012

    Many more stolen items can be found in the local area pawn shops. That's where I go to recover many of out company's stolen construction tools. Arrow Pawn and Jewelry is one of the finest.

  • superman Dec 18, 2012

    Stealing is the first step. The second and most important thing is who do they find to purhase the equipment. Was it stolen for personal use. How did they turn the stolen equipment into cash. How about going affter the people who purhased stolen equipment. Is this the end of their investigation? They dont care who purchased the equipment.

  • haleibc Dec 18, 2012

    And it took two years to compile enough evidence to bring charges.

  • Scubagirl Dec 18, 2012

    "law enforcement agencies have broken up a crime suspect suspected ......."

    boggles the mind........READ your stories before posting them.

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