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  • McIsaac & Capnerhurst
    ... From: SatoriLuna To: WakeTheWitch@yahoogroups.com Cc: BooksNBroomsticks@yahogroups.com ; PaganListOwnersForum@yahoogroups.com Sent: Friday, October 13,
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 13, 2006
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      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Friday, October 13, 2006 5:27 AM
      Subject: [PaganListOwnersForum] Help needed to catch thieves who hit the California Renaissance Faire

       
       
       
      > Hello Everyone~
      > I received this from a friend and thought it
      was
      > important to pass the info
      > along.  If you see any of this stuff on ebay or
      > anywhere else, please put in
      > a contact to the police or even to me and I'll
      get
      > it to the right people.
      >  Thank you for you help & blessings!
      > S'bed
      >
      >
      > Just a headzup . . .
      > Last week, sometime between the third and
      fourth
      > (final) weekend of the
      > first-year event "California Renaissance Faire"
      (on
      > the
      > Ortega Hwy between San Juan Capistrano and Lake
      > Elsinore) someone made their
      > way
      > thru the grounds of the CRF and stole a number
      of
      > items. A gaming table from the nobles,
      merchandise
      > from vendors, etc. Worst
      > hit was Pendragon Costume who had two storage
      tubs
      > of
      > product taken. This included a full size
      selection
      > of their Desiree bodices
      > both
      > in black suede and black top-grain, a full
      > selection of their signature tooled bodices,
      Hand
      > tooled belts, pouches, and
      > tankard holders made especially for the event,
      and a
      > couple of doublets. Several of the items were
      > unique. If anyone comes across
      >
      > someone selling a selection of Pendragon
      product
      > (via eBay, rummage sale, small event booth,
      > privately to acquaintances, etc
      > ),
      > perhaps claiming to be an authorized reseller -
      > they're not, it's stolen. (Pendragon normally
      sells
      > direct only, their
      > profit
      > margin is too slim to sell via 3rd parties and
      > maintain their prices).
      > Please report any suspicious offerings of
      Pendragon
      > product to authorities,
      > or
      > to their site PendragonCostumes. com.
      > This despicable theft was a tremendous loss to
      > Nicole the owner, an
      > extremely
      > hard-working divorced mother of three with no
      other
      > source of income.


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    • Foster, Laurie E. USNCIV NAVAIR 2272, 3
      I just hate seeing stuff like this. Some people need a smack! I ve cross posted this to several lists out here in Maryland. Hopefully we ll find the jerks.
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 16, 2006
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        I just hate seeing stuff like this.  Some people need a smack!  I've cross posted this to several lists out here in Maryland.  Hopefully we'll find the jerks.
         
        Lore
         


        From: SCA-Herbalist@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SCA-Herbalist@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of McIsaac & Capnerhurst
        Sent: Friday, October 13, 2006 14:38
        To: SCA-Herbalist@yahoogroups.com; WitchWomenoftheWorld@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [SCA-Herbalist] Fw: Help needed to catch thieves who hit the California Renaissance Faire

         
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Friday, October 13, 2006 5:27 AM
        Subject: [PaganListOwnersForum] Help needed to catch thieves who hit the California Renaissance Faire

         
         
         
        > Hello Everyone~
        > I received this from a friend and thought it
        was
        > important to pass the info
        > along.  If you see any of this stuff on ebay or
        > anywhere else, please put in
        > a contact to the police or even to me and I'll
        get
        > it to the right people.
        >  Thank you for you help & blessings!
        > S'bed
        >
        >
        > Just a headzup . . .
        > Last week, sometime between the third and
        fourth
        > (final) weekend of the
        > first-year event "California Renaissance Faire"
        (on
        > the
        > Ortega Hwy between San Juan Capistrano and Lake
        > Elsinore) someone made their
        > way
        > thru the grounds of the CRF and stole a number
        of
        > items. A gaming table from the nobles,
        merchandise
        > from vendors, etc. Worst
        > hit was Pendragon Costume who had two storage
        tubs
        > of
        > product taken. This included a full size
        selection
        > of their Desiree bodices
        > both
        > in black suede and black top-grain, a full
        > selection of their signature tooled bodices,
        Hand
        > tooled belts, pouches, and
        > tankard holders made especially for the event,
        and a
        > couple of doublets. Several of the items were
        > unique. If anyone comes across
        >
        > someone selling a selection of Pendragon
        product
        > (via eBay, rummage sale, small event booth,
        > privately to acquaintances, etc
        > ),
        > perhaps claiming to be an authorized reseller -
        > they're not, it's stolen. (Pendragon normally
        sells
        > direct only, their
        > profit
        > margin is too slim to sell via 3rd parties and
        > maintain their prices).
        > Please report any suspicious offerings of
        Pendragon
        > product to authorities,
        > or
        > to their site PendragonCostumes. com.
        > This despicable theft was a tremendous loss to
        > Nicole the owner, an
        > extremely
        > hard-working divorced mother of three with no
        other
        > source of income.


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