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



Kevin,

I am not knocking on Alaska, but it is relatively easy to ship cars 
over there.  Just get the car down to Port of Tacoma, consign the 
vehicle to one of the couriers going to Alaska, pay for the shipping, 
and that's it.  The shipping company doesn't really check the 
documentation.  Commercial fishermen ship their cars this way all the 
time.  Alaska is a logical place because there's a lot less people over 
there and on average, there's less police per sq. mile compared to the 
other states.  Besides, it is easy to load the vehicle into a private 
vessel and ship it cross the Barents Sea to whatever destination it is 
going.  With winter approaching up there, there's going to be even less 
people in Alaska.  The thief needs time, options, and "privacy".  
Whichever place afford them the most options and time to sit out the 
investigations, they'll go there.  

One can also argue shipping the D anywhere out of the Washington State 
is the next logical step.

My apologies if this train of thoughts offended you in anyway.



Steve
VIN#04421



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, kjc <ckevinj@xxxx> wrote:
> > 
> > If you have pictures of your car, forward the information to Port of
> > Tacoma and Port of Seattle and ask them to look out for anyone
> > shipping the D out of country or to Alaska.
> > 
> 
> Alaska? Alaska is a member of the union, so if a police report has 
been 
> filed they wouldn't be able to register it there, either. It joined 
the 
> union in '59, maybe you don't get news too quickly there in WA area.
> It was probably joy riders and it should turn up soon, and hopefully 
safe 
> and sound with an empty tank.
> -Kevin
> 
> 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]







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