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Author Topic: Equipment Stolen from East TN State University  (Read 1461 times)
KG4DQJ
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« on: October 12, 2008, 08:56:14 PM »

I just received this today.  I just thought I'd post it here in case some of you good folks run across this equipment in the Neateast TN, Southwest VA or Northwest NC area.

73

Tom

----- Original Message Follows -----

It is very disturbing to report that several equipment items are missing from the ham radio shack (Room 225) in Wilson-Wallis Hall at ETSU.

Here are the items:
 
Kenwood TS-680S Tramsceiver including the companion 12-volt power supply.

Kenwood TM-261A 2-meter Transceiver.
Alinco DR-570T Dual Band 144 and 440 MHz Transceiver.

To add insult to injury, ALL of the manuals for the above equipment are missing as well. Someone definitely know what he was taking!

It is believed that the equipment was taken sometime after the University Amateur Radio Club meeting Tuesday afternoon (October 7th).

Please be on the lookout at hamfests and on online sites such as eBay, QRZ.com etc. Please also spread the word via local ham radio club e-mail listings and web sites. If you see anything suspicious, please contact Bob May, K4SE at mayr@etsu.edu or k4se@arrl.net.
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OZZPOPPY
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« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2008, 01:51:56 PM »

AB6CQ - Dino Apolonio
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KF4UEL
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« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2009, 06:23:57 AM »

VX-150 new  ser 3m810946
Stolen out of car in Abingdon, VA Area,  White reflective tape in 2 of the recessed areas.
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