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Hi all, especially for you in South Africa
We had a break-in and three Mac Tower desktops – Quadcore, Dualcore and g4 with lots of drives stolen. Plse let me know if you know anyone selling or buying this gear as I have lost a LOTS of data and pix on then. they took our PC backups too. 2 Canon Eos 5Ds stolen too, one a mk II. So we have lost a lot of images if we cannot get this back. and yes, shouyld have been offsite…
reward offered. much thanks.

by Greg Marinovich at 2009-08-09 15:59:02 UTC Johannesburg , South Africa | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Good luck, and my condolences.

by David Lauer | 09 Aug 2009 16:08 | Chihuahua, Mexico | | Report spam→
Thats lots of gears lost…my pray for you.
Its happen once to me.They broke my car and gone my whole set of DSLR.

by Zulkifle Che Abdullah | 11 Aug 2009 08:08 | Kota Bharu, Malaysia | | Report spam→
Hi Greg, Geeeezzz Sorry to hear that <<< I don’t know how I would reacte if so;ething like that happen to me. Will start looking around. Was a hasselblad part of the package. Do you know so;eone whose hasseelbladt was stolen ? So;eone from Soweto had one and wanted to sell it> Was clearly stolen<
Again really sorry!

by [former member] | 11 Aug 2009 14:08 | Johannesburg, South Africa | | Report spam→
sorry man, it happened once to me too…i never got back everything and adopted a more minimalistic approach since then..
hope you will solve anything..

by Gabriele Lopez | 11 Aug 2009 16:08 | Milano, Italy | | Report spam→
I think the only way to hope of getting anything back is by scouring the places where fences sell stolen stuff, with an undercover police officer. It´s a long shot, and you´ll probably have to pay the cop a “commission” (that´s how it works in all of Latin America) but it´s the only way I can see to getting the stuff back. It will take lots of time, some money and may well be fruitless, so you have to consider that. You also have to be very smart about how you do it, for example, not to only be interested in the things that were stolen in the lot, or only in some of them, so as not to let on that you are the victim. You also have to have the money with you to buy, and an armed officer with backup to make the arrest. Lazy parasites, is all I can say.

by David Lauer | 11 Aug 2009 17:08 | Chihuahua, Mexico | | Report spam→
If you were using Instant Messenger or something like that which booted up upon startup, you may be able to find some people who can, for instance, obtain IP addresses from AIM. Or, if you had any software that connected to an account somewhere (for example, if they use your iTunes to buy stuff), or they use it to buy something (steal your personal info, use the credit card to buy something), the vendor may be convinced to give you an IP address.
I’m a big fan of your work, by the way, thank you for all your photos and writing.

by jesus flores | 12 Aug 2009 00:08 | seoul, korea, Korea (South) | | Report spam→

Check Gumtree, I’ve found many crims here like to use it to rid themselves of the goods. Generally it’s passed onto those who use the site as a clearing house.

by Daniel Cuthbert | 13 Aug 2009 08:08 | Durban, South Africa | | Report spam→
That’s gotta suck BIG time…

by BignoseTW | 14 Aug 2009 04:08 | Penang, Malaysia | | Report spam→

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