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Khoi

STOLEN GEAR FOUND - Hoping to find rightful owner

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[cross-posted from the Lost & Found forum]

 

I have been contacted by a fellow Vancouverite who had a large backpack full of stolen climbing gear dumped in their backyard some time around June/July.

 

We are hoping that we could find the rightful owner(s).

 

Here is the backpack:

 

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PM me if you are the owner or can help us get in touch with the owners.

 

Thanks!

 

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There's a kid (employee) at the Portland Mountain Hardwear store that mentioned his bro's gear got jacked out of his car around that time.... don't remember where he said the guy was from, but since nobody's had any input, I figured I'd put that up. I'd say I'd stop in there and ask myself, but I'm out of town for the foreseeable future...

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So the pack was dropped off 3 or 4 months ago, and the Vancouverite is now looking to return it to the rightful owner?

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So the pack was dropped off 3 or 4 months ago, and the Vancouverite is now looking to return it to the rightful owner?

 

As I was told, they were having a contractor work on a major renovation project, so everyone assumed that the pack belonged to the contractor. It wasn't until the project was completed and the contractor packed up everything and left that they realized that the pack and its contents were stolen gear.

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