Featured on Stolen 911 two weeks earlier. The camera was purchased an hour away from where it was stolen. The buyer knew something was not right and Googled the serial number to find it posted as stolen on Stolen 911. We put him in touch with the owner and suspect info was given to the police.
Not only am I extremely upset about losing my camera (which I use to make a living) but my 2TB external hard drive included all of my photo archives from the past five years – it’s truly special to me and that’s what hurts me the most. Memories from my birthday, client photos, road trips, graduation, and more are all on there. The other items (MacBook pro, canon camera and lenses, etc.) are all replaceable, the photos are not.
Everything that was stolen: Green WANDRD backpack with Canon 5D Mark IV, Sigma Lens, Canon Lens, Macbook Pro 15″, Lacie Rugged 2 TB external hard drive, wallet, clothing, grey suitcase containing clothing, orange and blue makeup bag, rain coat, puffy coat, etc. stolen out of the back of my Honda Element on W Commodore Way in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle. The thief purchased a red box video game at the 7/11 on 101 NE 50th St. in Seattle with my credit card early this morning (October 1, 2019).
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