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Guns STOLEN (Rifles, Shotguns and Pistols)

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Jdixon, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. Jdixon

    Jdixon Washougal, WA New Member

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    Our house was broken into in the Washougal, WA area on 10/3/12. Several of our guns were stolen. I am posting here in hopes that someone sees them. Please let me know if you have any information.
    1. Taurus Tracker .17 HMR revolver, fast fire II holographic sight. (stainless with black handle). Serial # DZ341924
    2. Beretta PX4STORM sub compact 9mm semi-auto (all black). Serial # PZ11883
    3. Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 38special hammerless revolver (all black). Serial # CPW0218
    4. Ruger 204 rifle, Bushnell scope with adjustable objective (Stainless barrel synthetic stock) Serial # 791-97282
    5. Marlin .17 HMR rifle with bull barrel (all black) Serial # MM91221A
    6. Winchester model 70 featherweight 30-06, Leopold 3x9 vari x II scope. (wood stock, black barrel) This gun also had a couple of small brass pins passing through the stock.
    7. Ithica 12 gauge pump action shotgun. (black barrel with wood stock)
    I do not have serial numbers for the last 2 guns on my list, but they are far more important than any other items on this list. My grandfather gave me the 12 gauge pump, and my father and I purchased the 30-06 as my first rifle. Both of which I have had for many years with many memories. For those of you that have emotional attachments to items that were given to you by people you love I’m sure understand the value in memories far exceed any price an insurance agency can give.
     
  2. michaelswilhelm

    michaelswilhelm Linn County, Oregon New Member

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  3. Jdixon

    Jdixon Washougal, WA New Member

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    Great. New to this forum so thanks for the direction, will do.
     
  4. michaelswilhelm

    michaelswilhelm Linn County, Oregon New Member

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    Welcome to the forum!
     
  5. Jdixon

    Jdixon Washougal, WA New Member

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    Thank you
     
  6. Muddslinger12

    Muddslinger12 Vancouver Active Member

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  7. Jdixon

    Jdixon Washougal, WA New Member

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    Will do, thank you for the feedback
     
  8. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    J, so sorry about your guns, I hope you get them back! I had the same experience and I vividly remember the way the pit of my stomach felt. I truly sympathize with you! Ever since,I have posted a photo w/ serial# in a note book and the same info on a CD. The police actually recovered one! Good luck!
     
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  9. FarmerTed1971

    FarmerTed1971 Portland, Oregon, United States Well-Known Member

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    Sucks man. I've been there. File a police report, they may turn up.
     
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    sigboi Seattle Active Member

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    Sorry to hear that, hope they turn up!
     
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  11. JO JO

    JO JO Vancouver WA Active Member

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    sorry to hear this, I know how you feel my home fell victim last june had 2 guns stolen that were in a small pistol safe they took safes with pistols inside and about 7 grand worth of stuff, Law Enforcement said break ins are becoming a regular thing now a days, I feel for all that goes through
    this it SUCKS
     
  12. Torqk911

    Torqk911 Yacolt,Wa Member

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    What is your approx location in Washougal? I used to live in the Sunset Ridge community. There is tons of robberies there monthly. I was had a bunch of out side items stolen and basically was told by the police unless you have Serial numbers or personal identification numbers put into things they are unwilling to even look. They put it down on a report for insurance and that is all.
     
  13. Swedish K

    Swedish K SW Washington Moderator Staff Member

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    I wish you luck - you never know, on occasion things do get returned... A guy I used to work with was contacted by Chicago PD regarding a pistol he had given to an uncle several years earlier that had been stolen - I was surprised that they contacted him and returned in to him.
     
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  14. JO JO

    JO JO Vancouver WA Active Member

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    live in Vancouver side / was told by the Officer that there is no more funding or resources to spend time on these cases anymore and its
    going to get worse with upcoming cutbacks,even if they catch them they just get let go in court he said,
     
  15. Jdixon

    Jdixon Washougal, WA New Member

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    Yeah it definitely sucks all around. Sorry to hear the same happened to you.
     
  16. Jdixon

    Jdixon Washougal, WA New Member

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    We live about 10 min east of fern prarie market, near Washougal River Rd. I am hoping that our serial numbers help the police locate our guns!
     
  17. Jdixon

    Jdixon Washougal, WA New Member

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    Dang - sure hope that's not actually the case.
     
  18. Torqk911

    Torqk911 Yacolt,Wa Member

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    Most often stolen guns are kept, used in a crime, or sold at gun by backs at churches cause they often don't ask the guns origin.
     
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    irierider PDX Member

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    may i ask were they in a safe... i always wonder if real pros are going around prying open safes, or unbolting them from the ground some how and carrying them off!
    either way bad luck, sory
     
  20. Jdixon

    Jdixon Washougal, WA New Member

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    no, unfortunately we didn't have them in our safe. we moved in not too long ago and hadn't quite gotten settled yet. Side note - the robbers did seem experienced, they took the pillow cases off of our pillows and used them to transport our stuff.