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Attention! Stolen Basket Reported!

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Attention! Stolen Basket Reported!

Post Posted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 9:29 pm

The following is from Double R Disc Club…

Between Sunday evening and Monday Night someone stole “B” hole’s basket from Old Settlers Park.
This is a yellow basket with shiny inner chains that are different color then the original chains as we added those after we got the basket.


Please keep an eye out for this basket and if anyone has any information please contact Chris Ware 567-9276.

TejasKajun
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Re: Attention! Stolen Basket Reported!

Post Posted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 10:06 pm

Here is a police sketch of the basket in question. We need to find a better police artist IMO.



Who steels baskets anyway. If your a true fan of the sport you know what your hurting. If your not a fan of the sport does it get sold? Guess check Cregs list and classifieds. Baskets need to have some sort of serial number in the metal, that way they can be tracked. In order to sell them on e-bay or Craigs list this serial number needs to be in the photograph.

dinoroger
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Re: Attention! Stolen Basket Reported!

Post Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 10:11 am

~Okay, that is just wrong to make a joke out of a crime~

But I agree, I will be looking out for it on the local markets...

TejasKajun
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Re: Attention! Stolen Basket Reported!

Post Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 6:03 pm

TejasKajun:
~Okay, that is just wrong to make a joke out of a crime~

But I agree, I will be looking out for it on the local markets...

I never made a joke of your game. Now that's a crime. Smile

dinoroger
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Re: Attention! Stolen Basket Reported!

Post Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:41 pm

dinoroger:
TejasKajun:
~Okay, that is just wrong to make a joke out of a crime~

But I agree, I will be looking out for it on the local markets...

I never made a joke of your game. Now that's a crime. Smile

...that's only because I steal the victory from you EVERY time! I hope you have been getting the practice in Paris, like you say you have....we will be a good Doubles Team.

I do the drives, and you do the Birdie Putts!

~Troy

TejasKajun
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Re: Attention! Stolen Basket Reported!

Post Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 10:03 pm

TejasKajun:
...that's only because I steal the victory from you EVERY time! I hope you have been getting the practice in Paris, like you say you have....we will be a good Doubles Team.

I do the drives, and you do the Birdie Putts!

~Troy

Hehe can't wait.

Has a stolen basket every been recovered? If so how? I hate to see this stort of crime. I still couldnt believe a someone who plays the sport would do such a thing. I think it was proabably not a player and more like a person that goes around and steals copper tubing. Also I know most baskets were locked down. Do these theives dig and cut the lock somehow or was this an unsecure basket? Just wondering because I live by a course where I would hate to see this happen as I doubt the city would lift a finger to replace a basket and there are no clubs to help support equipment either. Just recently I had to reattach a basket using zip ties until I can find someone with a welder to give me a hand. Maybe we should bury car batteries to electrify these baskets. Smile Poor birds and squirls.

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