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Barry Turano
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My thought would be to question the owner of the boat that got the "great deal" and to find out where the "great deal" came from. Receiving stolen property is also a crime. I personally would like to see where this trail leads back to. Did Unlimited Boat Service receive the motor from the owner of the boat? Or did he tell the boat owner that he had a motor to put on his boat? Either way it needs to be traced back to the person who stole it. The person that bought it is no innocent party either, and also pretty dumb. If you know you are that you are getting the "deal of the century" you have to know what is up and in today's day and age you will be caught.


   
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My understanding is that it was stolen from dealer A and sold and installed at dealer B. It was brought to marks to be worked on.

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At this point we have a great Big He said-She Said.

I am sure the Police will get to the bottom of it.

At that point we will revisit these topics.

Until then....I know Mark...He has done work for me on the Wild Rover III...I will LOCK and delete every thread that comes up UNTIL the police are done the WHOLE story comes out. When it does....Then we can flame those responsible.

Dave


   
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