/ Beware of Catalytic Converter Thefts #31
- Sep 19, 2004
- Kubota RTV 1100c, JD 740,Kioti DK 40 with KL401 loader .
That didn't help a local dealership in McKenna, about 4 miles away. Thieves stole the fuel from about a dozen cars last year, by punching holes in the gas tanks. Expensive!If it was me, I'd have just shot him in the crotch while he was under it...
Today, I'd think stealing fuel would be more common place. I put locking caps on all my vehicles a few months ago.
Yes… that dealership across from the post office has had a rough go of it for quite some time.That didn't help a local dealership in McKenna, about 4 miles away. Thieves stole the fuel from about a dozen cars last year, by punching holes in the gas tanks. Expensive!
Close enough on the spelling mr.english major.You get the the meaning of my post.Hell pull out one of those big old pistols you brag about and shoot them in the nut sack.Love to see ya on the evening news.depends if I got caught or not... Adrain is spelled Adrian btw and that is Gus Harrison, the home of Michigan license plates.
True, but those people that are getting the stolen items in exchange for crack, won't stay in business long, if they can't convert to cash or something else of value.There is one market you forgot, Meth Crack. Stolen Pieces and Parts, Tools, etc are directly exchangeable for meth and crack from dealers. Those on meth or crack will steal anything to stoke the addiction engine.
There is nothing safe, unless you make very sure it is safe yourself.
Do not get frozen by indecision.