Stolen guns!

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Stolen guns!

Post by yzoldowl » Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:51 pm

This is also posted in the Forum "Trading Post," with pictures:

On December 16th, 2014 two guns were stolen from our residence in Hocking County, Ohio. The only things missing on that day were those two guns: a Hi-Point 9mm carbine, Serial Number EO6504; and a Mossberg 702 "Plinkster" .22 cal. rifle with a pink stock, Serial Number EIL 3085954. (Strangely enough, the thief left the magazine and a box of 50 rounds of .22 cartridges behind!)

These guns were reported to the Hocking County Sheriff's Office the next day. If you see these guns anywhere, in a trade show or at private sale, please contact the Hocking County, Ohio Sheriff's office at 740-385-2131, or the Hocking County Commissioner's Office at 740-380-4137. Thank you!

Let's see if I can attach a picture of each one...
HiPoint 9mm Carbine STOLEN.jpg
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Re: Stolen guns!

Post by Joe Sixpack » Fri Jan 30, 2015 1:14 pm

add them to this site:

also contact the manufactures and let them know, Im not sure if they keep lists or not but see if they do.. that way if they ever come in for service they'll know it was stolen.

This is especially true for the HP since it has a transferable life time warranty, It could potentially show up in 5 years at HP.
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Re: Stolen guns!

Post by calemus » Fri Jan 30, 2015 1:50 pm

thank you joe for that link
i been frustrated for a while now as to how i can search for an items status
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Re: Stolen guns!

Post by NRAInstructor » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:27 pm

I locked your other topic but left it in place. I understand the frustration with your firearms being taken but please do not post duplicate topics. I hope you are able to recover them.

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Re: Stolen guns!

Post by SMMAssociates » Sat Jan 31, 2015 12:19 am


Thanks for handling the double-post.


Hope you get some results from the suggestions here and elsewhere. Don't worry about the double-post. Most of us use a "show new posts" option to find stuff we haven't seen yet. Makes it hard to miss if I can get Sammy off the keyboard.


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Re: Stolen guns!

Post by GunnerJacky » Wed May 04, 2016 1:57 am

A person will definitely be frustrated and scared when his gun is stolen. He should report about the stolen gun at once for the sake of safety of others.
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