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Post  Hermann on Thu Aug 02, 2018 1:14 pm

Dear Thieves, On Sat night 28/7/18 you broke into my garage and ute and stole nearly all my detecting gear worth $5400. 6 coils, 1 PLB, mobile phone, one GPS, one SP01, UHF radio, car and house keys, HN7 Navigator Elinz 800A jumpstarter. Sennheiser head phones 2 Minelab GPX batteries.
The serial number for the Rescueme PLB is 0141001123P. 19" NF Evo, spoked. Serial no. 18569. 15" NF Evo spoked. serial no. E10901.
The PLB and the mobile phone would be useless for you because if you activate the PLB the coppers will get you in no time. The phone can be tracked by the police and Telstra. WOuld you please put the PLB and phone into my letter box, ( you know my address). Hermann.

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Post  Guest on Thu Aug 02, 2018 1:23 pm

I feel for you Herman.

That sucks that these thieves have done this to you.
I hope something gets done about this.
All the best,
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Post  GemQ on Thu Aug 02, 2018 6:53 pm

Hermann,

I hope you get the stuff back mate and next time you are out you walk over a massive nugget. All the best and look forward to catching up again shortly.
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Post  joe82 on Fri Aug 03, 2018 6:07 am

makes me f#$kin sick rascals cant get there own gear hope ya get em mate

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Post  Wombat on Fri Aug 03, 2018 8:17 am

Sorry to hear that mate. Thieves will go to any lengths to get what they won't. Do you think that they were targeting those items or was it a general break in.??
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Post  Hermann on Fri Aug 03, 2018 10:06 am

HI Wombat, I don't think that it was a general break-in. My house is fair bit off the road and the house and garage are protected by trees and bushes. I think they knew where I live and what I do. They only took items that work with the Mnelab GPX detector and some other good detecting gear. THey wer'nt interested in my Goldsnoop detector, that thing was not good enough for them. My ute is at the moment at the dealership getting new keys and locks installed. They had to send a tow truck to get it to the dealership. If you see a Minelab harness with a camaflage Camelback sewn on, it's mine. I was sewing the Camelback to the harness and my sewing looks pretty unproffesional with thread of a light brown colour. Cheers, Hermann Sad

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Post  slimpickens on Fri Aug 03, 2018 11:44 am

Sorry to hear this, makes me sick in the stomach.

Hopefully they will be caught and sent to Loddon prison
where they will be restricted to :
2 swimming pools
2 footy- cricket ovals
4 tennis courts
basket ball courts
lawn bowl green
vegetable plots
gyms
apartment type accommodation
And Conjugal rights! Evil or Very Mad

Why would you fear being sent  to this err, "jail" ? Rolling Eyes
Where's the deterrence?
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Post  Sharkbait on Fri Aug 03, 2018 1:21 pm

slimpickens wrote:Sorry to hear this, makes me sick in the stomach.

Hopefully they will be caught and sent to Loddon prison
where they will be restricted to :
2 swimming pools
2 footy- cricket ovals
4 tennis courts
basket ball courts
lawn bowl green
vegetable plots
gyms
apartment type accommodation
And Conjugal rights! Evil or Very Mad

Why would you fear being sent  to this err, "jail" ? Rolling Eyes
Where's the deterrence?

Hey Slim,just gotta hope there's free unlimited enemas being given on a daily basis T05
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Post  sandy2010 on Fri Aug 03, 2018 3:04 pm

Pity the jail conditions are not like what Oscar Wilde had to contend with (see his letters to the Daily Chronicle ).........Forty men to a twenty man cell,one slop bucket for all forty of them,sleeping on concrete floors (no blanket), open barred window (no heating or cooling)....................

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Post  AnnieL on Tue Aug 07, 2018 10:48 am

Hermann, sorry to hear of the theft of your gear.  Evil or Very Mad  Maybe if you have any serial numbers it would be worth posting them up.
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Post  Minermike on Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:31 pm

You have to try and out think thieves . Ask your self how would I try and steal this ? If you put in a security system , also put in a hidden one . They can disable the main one . Years ago I knew an electrician that had to put in 2 video recorders in bottle shops . The robbers would demand the video tape , so they would give the one but had a back up !
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Post  Hermann on Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:31 pm

Hi AnnieL , Good to hear from you, Here are some serial numbers : 11" comander mono SN 40464600015
19" NF Evo spoked SN 18569
15" NF Evo spoked SN E1091
HN7 Hema Navigator SN HN7 AAUO316005259
RescueMe PLBI SN 0141001123P
Uniden UHF radio SN code 9322402011196
SPO1 Enhancer SN 17

Cheers, Hermann

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Post  adrian ss on Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:39 pm

Sharkbait wrote:
slimpickens wrote:Sorry to hear this, makes me sick in the stomach.

Hopefully they will be caught and sent to Loddon prison
where they will be restricted to :
2 swimming pools
2 footy- cricket ovals
4 tennis courts
basket ball courts
lawn bowl green
vegetable plots
gyms
apartment type accommodation
And Conjugal rights! Evil or Very Mad

Why would you fear being sent  to this err, "jail" ? Rolling Eyes
Where's the deterrence?

Hey Slim,just gotta hope there's free unlimited enemas being given on a daily basis  T05


You be right there mate.
These numb nuts don't realise that once they are in jail their ar...s is grass and the lawn gets mowed every day. Q25
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Post  Minermike on Tue Aug 07, 2018 3:12 pm

Got to keep the grass neat and tidy ! Good on them !
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Post  Travelergold on Tue Aug 07, 2018 4:36 pm

slimpickens wrote:Sorry to hear this, makes me sick in the stomach.

Hopefully they will be caught and sent to Loddon prison
where they will be restricted to :
2 swimming pools
2 footy- cricket ovals
4 tennis courts
basket ball courts
lawn bowl green
vegetable plots
gyms
apartment type accommodation
And Conjugal rights! Evil or Very Mad

Why would you fear being sent  to this err, "jail" ? Rolling Eyes
Where's the deterrence?
What about the 3 hot meals a day, just what we dream of.
Bring back the chain gang and 8lb sledge hammers breaking rock

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Post  slimpickens on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:37 pm

Travelergold wrote:

What about the 3 hot meals a day, just what we dream of.
Bring back the chain gang and 8lb sledge hammers breaking rock

Making small rocks from big rocks Twisted Evil

During WW2 the Red Cross used to visit all the jails for blood collection as it was known that they, the prisoners had the healthiest blood due to their better diet.
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Post  WF2.0 on Wed Aug 08, 2018 9:15 am

Sorry to hear this Hermann. I hope you find your gear. This stuff makes my blood boil. These guys need to be sorted out bush style. That country club Slim's speaking of is certainly no deterrent. I will keep an eye out for you...

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Post  GRIME on Sat Aug 11, 2018 7:07 pm

The t*rds who stole from Hermann must be in the prospecting community every one needs to keep their eyes open and report cheap items for sale. Lock up all of your gear it is sad when you can not trust other prospectors.

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