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Topic # 24151 16-Jul-2008 12:11
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Hi,

On Saturday night, a company car was broken into, in Aro Valley, Wellington. Most of the gear is very specialist in nature, related to Satellite broadcasting and total value is around $63000. There is a reward on offer should all the equipment be returned in working order. Should you have any information or be offered some random gear - including a satellite phone and satellite location equipment, please PM me.

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Reply # 148843 17-Jul-2008 13:09
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I guess this story is related? "Reward offered for missing TV3 gear"?

C'mon folks - friend of a friend heard a brother of his sister's boyfriend saying something to his uncle's friend?




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  Reply # 148852 17-Jul-2008 13:39
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A terrorist wanting to start his own pirate TV station??

Hope you guys get this gear back!




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  Reply # 149208 18-Jul-2008 16:56
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I have images of the actual equipment so members of the community can quickly identify it. This forum doesn't support the usual [img]....[/img] function but my post to NZ Digital Forum does: Please take the time to see the equipment.... You could earn yourself $10,000.

http://forum.dtvforum.co.nz/showthread.php?t=559

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  Reply # 149210 18-Jul-2008 17:04
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ok, we'll work on that....

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