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Stolen Firearms Please read

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by crabpainter, Nov 30, 2007.

  1. crabpainter

    crabpainter

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    Jan 8, 2005
    KY
    Bob Taylor, a retired Lexington/Fayette LEO in the Lake Herrington area was the victim of a recent burglary. Several items were stolen. He would like your help finding the following:

    Browning Auto 5, 20ga. with slug barrel. Serial number 7Z-1720
    Winchester model 88 lever action rifle, .308 cal. Serial number 22327 w/scope
    Mossberg pump shotgun model 500, 20ga.
    Winchester model 94 lever action .30/30 w/scope
    Winchester model 94 lever action .30/30 Buffalo Bill Commemorative (never fired)
    Jennings 25 auto pistol
    2 Berretta 15 rnd magazines for model 92F

    Please call Bob at (859) 748-9054 or (859) 252-7518 if you have any information.

    Very Respectfully Randy aka Crabpainter
     
  2. KYMike

    KYMike 9mm Apologist

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    Jan 23, 2007
    Kentucky
    Hey folks,

    As of today, none of Bob's weapons have been recovered. With spring coming, we have a lot of shows coming up. It may be a long shot now, but PLEASE keep an eye out for these pieces in your travels. Bob's a super guy, and if we don't look out for each other, who will?

    ~~Mike
     


  3. TCKDRVR20

    TCKDRVR20 Infidel

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    Jan 7, 2008
    Paintsville, Kentucky
    Bad things happen to good people... I would check pawn shops/flea markets in surrounding counties. Who besides a junkie/someone desperate for money would have the balls to burglarize a LEO or anyone for that matter? I'm about 3 hours from Lexington, and will certainly watch my local shops.