Re: [DML] Stolen in Seattle
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Re: [DML] Stolen in Seattle

     If I were you, not only would I contact the police, but I would  
call up every local news channel.  SOMEONE had to see the car.  This  
is a car that many people remember and are interested in.  If the  
news channels are short on footage, they might very well throw in a  
short bit about a stolen "80's Icon".  I'd be frantic if I were in  
your position.

Like I said, SOMEONE knows SOMETHING about your car, be it a friend  
of whoever stole it, someone who saw it pulling into a warehouse,  
etc.  I'd get on that ASAP.

Sorry to hear the sad news.  Don't give up hope.
-Patrick C.

On Sep 12, 2005, at 10:38 AM, brentbeecher wrote:

> Well, damn.  I woke up this morning and 892 was no longer parked in  
> front of my house.  
Patrick Conlon
Vin 1880

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