OT:Fw: [Arizona Reenacting Network] Digest Number 809 (Stolen Trailer w/canon)
- Slightly off topic but a reenacting unit's canon and all its equipment was stolen recently in Michigan. If everyone in the reenacting "community" could keep their eye out, it might be helpful. Spread the word to members of your units also. Maybe with more eyes out there we can get theit gear back.Jason UnwinOrdnance Sergeant5th Texas Artillery
--- On Thu, 1/7/10, AZReenacting@yahoogroups.com <AZReenacting@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
From: AZReenacting@yahoogroups.com <AZReenacting@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: [Arizona Reenacting Network] Digest Number 809
Date: Thursday, January 7, 2010, 4:46 AM
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- Stolen Cannon - Help a Reenactor out From: Bob Smith
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Posted by: "Bob Smith" smith5thtx@... hmcs_lci115
Wed Jan 6, 2010 1:45 pm (PST)
It's a long way away, but you never know.
From: ir63geftr@aol. com
To: JR459@yahoogroups. com; great-war-assoc@ yahoogroups. com
Sent: Wed, Jan 6, 2010 9:23 am
Subject: [Great-War-Assoc] Stolen Cannon - Help a Reenactor out
I post this on behalf of a friend:
My Cannon, limber and covered 18ft Car hauler was stolen from my lot
at 4218 Pelham, Dearborn Heights , MI 48125 . Batty B 1st Michigan
Light Artillery's entire gear was enclosed in the well locked up
trailer. My trailer has distinctive bullet hole decals running up
both sides and a giant cannonball splat on the back door. I want to
get this information out as quick as I can. The more eyes we have
looking the better!
U.S. 1841 6pdr cannon mark C.A.&CO 1845 on trunnions 298 over W.V on Muzzle
No. 5. Limber U.S. 6 pdr.
Trailer is a 2000 Haulmark 18ft covered car hauler charcoal gray
Please forward to any and all your C.W. reenactors and reenacting websites.
Police Contact is: Dearborn Hgts. Police
Case # 2010-84
Dr. Bill Vecchioni
Here is a link to the local news story:
http://www.wxyz. com/news/ local/story/ Search-For- Thieves-in- Cannon-Heist/ YMvQejZCoUKXNZZa vhyFGw.cspx
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