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swishman6
08-30-2010, 09:11 AM
Hello All, I am the owner of New Age Hobbies in Garland Tx. Early Sunday morning my store was broken in to. Here is a list of some of what was taken.

1. Stock Trex 700E (No Elec yet) just started build

1. Stock Blade 400 (No tx in box) BNF

1. DX6i with (Blue) gimbals and TX Stand

1. Trex 600 GF - Fbl- Below is what was on this heli
a. RJX head (green ball links)
b. Skookum SK360
c. Spartan DS 760 Gyro
d. Scorpion Motor
e. Dragon canopy with green custom boom and skids
f. Night main and tail blades (MS)

1. Irobot Shop Vac (Yellow)

1. 6S 5000, 2. 5S 5000 ( from HK) They have black pad stuck to them that will not come of easy.

1. Dell computer ( white DVDROM) with Flat Sreen Monitor

There was some small stuff missing that they took but this stuff should stand out.

Please go to our website and contact if this should pass you by or call the Garland Police.

Thank You so much.

WillJames
08-30-2010, 09:16 AM
Sorry to hear. :arggg::arggg::arggg:

Thieves suck!

patoygolf
08-30-2010, 12:26 PM
:arggg::arggg:sorry to hear about your misfortune, I hope they catch the all of the culprits who had harm you. I hope you have a camera image that is installed in your premise. The only thing that I can tell you is that whenever a person enters in your store and sells you an alarm or a monitoring services and if you feel you don't have a need of it. It maybe the persons accomplice's that may have done the actual robbery on your place. It happen to a friend of mine in San Diego, CA 2 years ago. These are the guys that are I believe who prey on people with small business posing to sell you something and when you refuse they break in the next day or two. They watches every move you do until your guards are well down. I hope this has not happen to you the day before. Patoygolf

cctvflyer
08-31-2010, 09:52 PM
Swishman, hope you get your stuff back!!!

Patogolf, I have been in the alarm industry for more than 20 years and I have never heard of a licensed, reputable company pulling a scam like that. The people who victimized your buddy in SD may have claimed to represent an alarm company, but they were most likely just using that as an excuse to case the premise, and had no connection to any company.

lo-z
09-28-2012, 03:07 PM
Dang Brian, this sucks. After finally blowing the dust off my blade400 the other day I found out your place was closed. I Google you to see if maybe you moved and found this. Hope you're doing well. Sorry to hear about that.