>They probably aren't the original folks anyway. I am sure it
>has changed hands a few times by now.x(
At the risk of sounding pragmatic, who cares? Leon wants his property back. If it can be located, he can retrieve it. These people are at least guilty of receiving stolen property. Catching the real thieves can be left as an exercise to law enforcement.
>>They probably aren't the original folks anyway. I am sure
>>has changed hands a few times by now.x(
>At the risk of sounding pragmatic, who cares? Leon wants his
>property back. If it can be located, he can retrieve it. These
>people are at least guilty of receiving stolen property.
>Catching the real thieves can be left as an exercise to law
I hope they get caught because this kind of thing is pure bs. And posting pics of the trailer with names? Not the sharpest tool.
Damn I hope you get your stuff back. Being how open they are with the pictures, I'd be willing to bet these guys do not know all that stuff is stolen. But then again, some people are just that stupid. Even if they did not steal the stuff, they are still in big trouble.
The police should have this wrapped up in a day. These guys (you can see both of their faces in the pictures) are trying to sell it after all.
Leon, give me a call today. A good friend of mine here in Reno is the retired head of the Nevada State parole board, a former NHP, and sheriff. Rich still has contacts and muscle all over the state and knows how to get things done. He's one of our regular Porsche customers and we trade favors all the time.
775-329-1447 Sport Haus
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Was the car in that condition when it was taken? I presume the theives took the seats and steering wheel. I noticed that the seller has a feedback of "0" but has been a memner since Mar-25-03 so it is possible that the personal information is real. Do you have the VIN for the trailer? That could be helpful (if it hasn't been altered).
The FBI will have to get involved since this went on the internet and the internet crosses all state lines. This is considered Grand Theft Auto, and yes the trailer was stolen. Those were my sponsors that I got, and placed onto the trailer.
If these were the original people who stole the car /trailer. How stupid are you?
Also, this should tell you competitors (who own cars) to be careful with your cars/trailers. They are becoming of value to the fans or the car thieves which is giving them a chance to make a buck from its value. If you heard of "Chop Shop" this is where your parts on your car is going to go. Just be more aware of where you park the race car; either at the event and/or at your house.
I hate to see this happen again to another competitor or team.
The car did roll on its last ever event which was at Treeline...July of last year. Everything was still in tact at that time.