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Stolen Saws Carrol Valley, PA

Post in 'The Gear' started by Tuneighty, Oct 2, 2013.

  1. Tuneighty

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    Thought I would share here. (Picked this off my facebook feed.)

    PLEASE SHARE: Chief Richard L. Hileman II of Carroll Valley Borough Police reports that overnight September 30th into October 1st 2013, unknown actors entered a small utility trailer belonging to Jason Stoner parked at Frontier Bar B Q, at the intersection of Fairfield Road and Waynesboro Pike, Carroll Valley, PA. Stoner is a recognized chainsaw sculpting artist. Stolen from the trailer were the following specialty chain saws:
    1 Stihl MS-660 Chainsaw with 3 foot Stihl bar
    1 Stihl MS-440 with 16 inch Cannon “Carver”mini bar with 3/8’ low pro chain.
    1 Stihl MS-361 with 20 inch Cannon “Carver” toonie bar , with 3/8’ low pro chain and ported, polished muffler.
    1 Stihl MS-260 with 14 inch Cannon “Carver” toonie bar. , with 3/8’ low pro chain.
    1 Stihl MS-250 with 16 inch Cannon “Carver” dime bar. with 3/8’ low pro chain.
    2 Stihl MS-200 with rare rear handle configuration. (Most had top handle.) Equipped with 12 inch Cannon quarter bar and ¼” chain.
    1 Stihl MS-260. Equipped with 14 inch Cannon “Carver” toonie bar.
    1 Echo CS-620P w/ 24" Echo bar
    All but 2 of these saws are specifically set up for carving, are valued in total in excess of $5,400 and as such should be easy to distinguish from regular saws, especially by the “Cannon” and “Carver” markings on the bars.
    Police ask anyone with information to contact them at (717) 334-8101. All calls will be kept confidential. Additionally, Adams County Crime Stoppers may pay a reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved. Crimes Stoppers can be reached at 1-800-869-8057 or 334-8057, or text “TIPACCS” and your information to CRIMES (274637), or on the internet at adamscountypacrimestoppers DOT com (Repost to remove link)

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