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WB0KSW
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« on: February 06, 2006, 09:53:14 PM »

a freind lost all his radios and then some in a break in on Sunday, 5 Feb 2006 at his home here in Las Vegas.

BIll    wb0ksw

Stolen property from WA2SOE vehicle:
*Communications Go-kit with:
Civil Air Patrol Tate radio (Model 2000 or 2020) with mic

Kenwood Dual-band with mic

power inverter

metered power supply

inline SWR/power meter

spare cables and adapters

older Radio Shack scanner

*custom WA2SOE LVRAC "Emergency Communications" vest

*CERT vest

*CERT backpack with many supplies including those used for CAP 24hour survival requirements.

*Radio Shack Pro-83 (new) scanner

*VX-150 HT

*Army belt pack with VX-150 supplies including a Pryme

  collapsible ½ wave antenna, spare battery, antenna adapters

*home brew Power-Pole multi-line splitter

*Mirage B-1016 Power Amp/Pre-amp

*LVRAC building party GPS "tracker" with TinyTrak inside.   (no radio)

*portable jump starter (yellow)

*Lands end canvas bag with leather accents (they may have used this to load some of the above things inside, since they dumped my school books out)

*power inverter (a power inverter that fits inside a cup holder)

There may be more that I left out.  Please keep your eyes and ears open for any of the above and proliferate this information as best you can.  Keep a listen on the repeaters for any suspicious activity that may come from this equipment.


Thank you.
Arnie, WA2SOE
Arnie@wa2soe.com
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