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    Anyone in Nelson area

    Recognise this setup
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    I would like to have a word about what it was doing at my property yesterday, and why the driver thought it would be a good idea to drive over my shooting bench, trashing it
    Forgotmaboltagain

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    Assholes, quick trip to the men in blue in order?
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    Wow!!!...... shouldn't be too hard to track that down at all.
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    carpet on the bonnet dog box on the back, another poacher is what you got there @Pengy, when you find it slash all his tyres smash all his lights and windows and put an axe through the roof and pillars
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    Use the rego and Carjam to find the owner. You will have to pay a fee though to 'reveal all' details re owner and the like. Basic info only is free.

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    I would take it to the police. Demand they get a trespass notice and also there firearms license be revoked. You don't need to be caught to loose your license or have a warning put against it.
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    On my way to town in 5 mins to do just that
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    @Pengy Demand they keep you informed of the out come and you need it followed up in the next few days. keep a record of the cops name you report it to and get his badge number. When you don't here any think back you can follow it up and go up the food chain. Good luck
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    He only came up your drive cause his mudders are bald.
    Hope we get a result.
    That shooting bench has to be worth $500
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    Give him what for Pengy. That white dog looks as though it would be useful on pigs mate. Suggest it needs to be confiscated.
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    Some blokes are just not the full can of baked beans!!!!The photo and it's contents don't need a lot of explanation,quite obvious.He/them are either bloody stupid,or have the balls of a gorilla.I feel they are lucky to be in kiwi,because in many parts of the globe,things could/would turn very ugly

    There may actually be a reasonable/verifiable reason....lol....hard to see it,but stranger things have happened.This will be an interesting story to follow.
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    Just a shame there isn't a firearm in the picture or a photo of the driver... Goes to show the uses of trail cameras

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    Well done. Nice photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
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    I would like to have a word about what it was doing at my property yesterday, and why the driver thought it would be a good idea to drive over my shooting bench, trashing it
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    Oh maaaaaaaaaaaate.......priceless........well done!!!!
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