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Old 08-14-2017   #1
 
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Stolen SUP at Rancho Saturday

Hi i wanted to post this for a friend who tried putting in at Rancho Saturday afternoon and got her white, orange and blue Hydro - Force SUP stolen right off the beach as she parked her truck!!!

It had no leg leash and 3 fixed fins also no name on it...

Heard a lot of people got stuff ripped off that day which really blows! I don't think ill be leaving my stuff at the put ins unattended any more.

Thanks jackasses!!

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Not that surprising sadly.
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Hi i wanted to post this for a friend who tried putting in at Rancho Saturday afternoon and got her white, orange and blue Hydro - Force SUP stolen right off the beach as she parked her truck!!!

It had no leg leash and 3 fixed fins also no name on it...

Heard a lot of people got stuff ripped off that day which really blows! I don't think ill be leaving my stuff at the put ins unattended any more.

Thanks jackasses!!

Yep, I lost an oar to some jackass. Blue sawyer with Dynalite blade if by small chance somehow got knocked out of my very tight oar lock.

Hope they drown...
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Yep, I lost an oar to some jackass. Blue sawyer with Dynalite blade if by small chance somehow got knocked out of my very tight oar lock.

Hope they drown...
Rather ironic user name.

Typical right wingnut, thinks his possessions are worth more than someone's life.
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theft

are they not?

this is not nam
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are they not?

this is not nam
Yeah, fortunately this isn't 'Nam, or Somalia, or some warlord ruled despot but the US where we've got the rule of law and, theoretically, the punishment fits the crime. Like, you know, a thug holds up a mini-mart for $200 and a jar of cashews and gets 15 years in the slammer, while another thug that wears a suit runs a con and screws thousands of people out of their retirement savings and gets 6 months in a minimum security prison (if that...).
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Crazy thing is we left our 2 sup boards at the rancho beach that day and they were there after shuttle run, makes you not want to do that again. I feel terrible for anyone who is a victim of thieving, especially on the rio. It's unfortunate these thieves rarely receive any sort of penalty. I say catch em in the act and deter them from stealing in the future, bear mace works well.

In other news I just watched that Bernard Madoff movie with Robert Deniro, guy stole something like $65 billion from friends and family over a bunch of years. Lots of scum out there

Maybe some sting operations during peak times and vigilante justice would deter would be thieves, make examples, or not........ hard saying not knowing
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I have never understood how a thief would place so little value on his life as to risk it.
I'm not sure how much a person steals is as important of how they did it. Threats of violence or death is worse than a con in my book.
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