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StreetDoc 11-12-2012 03:33 PM

Board Stolen at Copper Veterans Day- REWARD
 
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My Never Summer Heritage X 159 was stolen today from copper. Left it outside for 10 minutes and it was gone. It was basically brand new with about 20 days on it. Ride Capo bindings in bright red (picture below).

If you can put me in contact with the guy who stole my board I'm willing to give you a $1000 reward. I hate thievery and I will make sure he never steals another board.

Thanks
Nick

GueDiver@live.com

killclimbz 11-12-2012 03:44 PM

Yeah, that is a long shot. Watch Craigslist in Summit County, Eagle County, Aspen, Denver, Boulder, Ft Collins, and Colorado Springs. My guess is you probably wouldn't see it in Summit, but thieves are not the smartest of the bunch either. Else wise they wouldn't be thieves.

I would be surprised for it to pop in Denver/Boulder too, but the same rules apply. Colorado Springs/Fort Collins or some of the more remote mountain towns I wouldn't be surprised. You might watch for just your bindings being sold too.

Totally lame, board theft is a huge problem at the front range spots. Make sure you report it to Copper. They set up stings with local police and bust these assholes all the time. If they know theft is already happening they'll probably set that action up sooner.

I'm sure you'll be getting a pocket lock after this. You just can't leave a board at the base area unsecured anymore. It sucks.

Sorry man, that is a nice set up to lose.

cjcameron11 11-12-2012 03:49 PM

Check eBay as well, hopefully you find the deck and the dick who stole it, although id save that $1000 for a new setup just in case.

StreetDoc 11-12-2012 03:55 PM

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Originally Posted by killclimbz (Post 538007)
Yeah, that is a long shot. Watch Craigslist in Summit County, Eagle County, Aspen, Denver, Boulder, Ft Collins, and Colorado Springs. My guess is you probably wouldn't see it in Summit, but thieves are not the smartest of the bunch either. Else wise they wouldn't be thieves.

I would be surprised for it to pop in Denver/Boulder too, but the same rules apply. Colorado Springs/Fort Collins or some of the more remote mountain towns I wouldn't be surprised. You might watch for just your bindings being sold too.

Totally lame, board theft is a huge problem at the front range spots. Make sure you report it to Copper. They set up stings with local police and bust these assholes all the time. If they know theft is already happening they'll probably set that action up sooner.

I'm sure you'll be getting a pocket lock after this. You just can't leave a board at the base area unsecured anymore. It sucks.

Sorry man, that is a nice set up to lose.

Definitely a lock next time. Copper knows about it and there was another guy that got his board stolen at the same time. My credit card loves me, going to look at a Cobra now.

509-pow 11-12-2012 04:06 PM

fuck man that sucks. another thing u could do is post a ad on Craigslist looking for a newish or new Never Summer Heritage for sale. then when people reply ask for a pic. they may try to sell it like that. idk if that helps but good luck.

snowvols 11-12-2012 04:07 PM

Mine was yanked last year. Sucks but gave me more of a reason not to ride resorts. People suck

StreetDoc 11-12-2012 05:25 PM

Just got a phone call from copper security! apparently a group of marines caught the guy stealing shit and tackled him (and hopefully beat his ass) they recovered 5 boards and a set of skis from his car. Looking for info on the marines... You all have beers coming from me.

Nick

StreetDoc 11-12-2012 06:00 PM

just spoke to the sheriff, actually it was an Air Force guy. 2 suspects both caught, I will be pressing charges. Score one for the good guys

atr3yu 11-12-2012 06:05 PM

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Originally Posted by StreetDoc (Post 538086)
just spoke to the sheriff, actually it was an Air Force guy. 2 suspects both caught, I will be pressing charges. Score one for the good guys

Wow, that is so awesome! I am glad you are getting your gear back! This is my first year owning "new" stuff and I am on the fence about a lock. No one locks up anything at my local hill, but the idea of having that kind of money just sitting there freaks me out.

dreampow 11-12-2012 06:11 PM

excellent news man,

next time lock her up:thumbsup:.


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