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Old 05-25-2010, 12:56 PM   #1
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Default 2002 GMC Sierra Dually stolen

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this morning. he spent all day yesterday packing for our trip to deep creek woke up and its all gone, everything. the truck, guns, all camping gear...
2002 gmc sierra dually, it was spotted out point mackenzie early this morning.
(big truck) pewter grey color, tinted windows, jakes drywall, tap out, rottweiler, and skidoo stickers on back window, set up for a 5th wheel. brand new (shiny expensive) rims and tires.

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Old 05-25-2010, 01:14 PM   #2
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Picture... not the greatest but the only one available right now.


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Old 05-25-2010, 02:01 PM   #3
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Tony, we cant see the story or the pic unless we are registered members of that forum.
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Old 05-25-2010, 02:02 PM   #4
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picture not working for me, can you photobucket it?
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picture not working for me, can you photobucket it?
woops... my bad...

Posting for a buddy... If any better or more recent pics come forward, i'll update.

this morning. he spent all day yesterday packing for our trip to deep creek woke up and its all gone, everything. the truck, guns, all camping gear...
2002 gmc sierra dually, it was spotted out point mackenzie early this morning.
(big truck) pewter grey color, tinted windows, jakes drywall, tap out, rottweiler, and skidoo stickers on back window, set up for a 5th wheel. brand new (shiny expensive) rims and tires.
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Old 05-25-2010, 04:39 PM   #6
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That sucks! Hope they find it.
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Freakin Losers ....


Will keep eye out
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That does suck if I see I will let you know... are you camping on the beach? I will be in the last cabin on the right before you go across deep creek across from the fair grounds might see you down on the beach
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Wow! How the Hell did they get away with that whale?!?! It's just like mine!

You already know where to look out there. First place I'd run is that trail that runs from the runway, up and around Goose Bay north and back up to the blacktop. Take a good look around the bunkers. Also, the logging area where the new "developmentation" is supposed to be going on on the north side of the road. Lots of open nothingness back in there to look at. Also, the end of the trail on the other side of the runway that dumps into the bay.

Unfortunately, this is the reason the troopers are shooing people out of there recently. Hope you guys find it. Makes me sick to think about losing mine.

I'll be right in that area this weekend. Let me know if you guys want help looking Saturday or Sunday evening.

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truck found at 3:30am, missing a few things but most of it is there. found at sherrod school ballfields in palmer (Of all places). missing guns and knives. police have two suspects, kids.
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Kids or not, FRY their asses! If they're old enough to pull that, then they're old enough to know better!
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Kids or not, FRY their asses! If they're old enough to pull that, then they're old enough to know better!
Preachin to the quire man... I suggested not pressing charges if possible, in exchange for some addresses.... you can live off syrup and dog food strapped to a tree in the woods right... atleast till winter? That would compliment the "stand" nicely I would think... would be like a live distress call/bait station in one
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