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Stolen collection

Article about: On the night of 21 July 2008 , criminals broke in at my home and workshop , and almost my complete collection has been STOLEN, weapons, ammo , helmets , bayonets , headgear , etc , the (almo

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    I think a good 600 LB or more gun safe is an excellent investment. sory about your loss.
    sam


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    >comforting< I b'lieve this is what's called "cold comfort." good luck with the recovery.




    Quote by PHILBROWN View Post
    well at least its comforting that there is scumbags in belgium as well as the uk. things here are well out of control sadly, wish you luck philip

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    Im deeply sad for your huge loss Philip , that is large amount of items to be taken in one hit, someone must have heard or seen something !!, "absolute animals"....rat ass bastards !! ,thats putting it mildy im shattered for you Philip !! ,hope you get your items back.

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    Quote by vady View Post
    >comforting< I b'lieve this is what's called "cold comfort." good luck with the recovery.
    no comfort at all , seen the fact that almost everything that was stolen is my collection , brand new laptop was left untouched , Flat screen and car (with keys) as well , inside the house one door was locked , they did not even try to break it open , as I only store books in there , must have been someone who I was very familiar with , altough , that has changed now ,...... friends ???????

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    This is a very sad story!

    Were you insured?

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Grutte Pier
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    A very sad story indeed, my sympathy for your loss, did you by any chance made pictures of some special items. The thieves unfortunately will be able to dump the average items on the net without getting caught but it can be the rare and specialised items who could eventually reveal there identity. If you made some pictures then I can advice you to put them on the net (also this forum) in an attempt to catch the perpetrators and hopefully gain some of the items back, good luck.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    This is a very sad story!

    Were you insured?

    Cheers, Ade.
    No , I had no insurance ,

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    Steven
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    Sorry, will keep an eye open, stuff move fast and might even end up on this side of the pond

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    Grutte Pier
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    No insurance means double loss, no more precious items and in the end no money to possible replace them, very sad. Unfortunately, without pictures it will be very difficult to recover the stolen items.

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    i hope you will be going to all the military fairs out there,often these things turn up at these places

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