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post #16 of (permalink) Old 01-12-2016, 01:27 PM
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There was another break-in, two cars were hit at Falls Lake overnight last weekend. Car doors were opened somehow (slim jim?), everything loose inside was stolen, as per South Coast Backcountry Touring fb group

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It happened Saturday night. Two cars cleaned out completely, caused damage to inside door panels. They took our shoes, clothes, insurance papers, spare tire, a bag of road salt, anything that wasn't screwed down. No sign of a break-in from the outside.
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This seems like the right thread to vigorously insist on how the bare minimum punishment should not have both of their hands chopped off.
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There was another break-in, two cars were hit at Falls Lake overnight last weekend. Car doors were opened somehow (slim jim?), everything loose inside was stolen, as per South Coast Backcountry Touring fb group

Wow, that is getting exceissive and petty.

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these fuckups are taking a quite a risk hitting these seemingly unattended cars. Anytime now, they may get cranked hard by serious aware owners, and their survival rate may not be very good on a stormy winter night.
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