Yesterday I went up to the mountains to a summer camp I work at. I am in charge of maintenance and facilities, so I made the first trip of the season to see if anything had been damaged by heavy snowfall.
3 buildings and a 20’ cargo container were broken into. Locks were cut, door handles smashed off, steel window covers pried out of place and the glass shattered. Thousands of dollars worth of damage.
What did they steal?
In one building they broke into, there was a new 25" color TV, a DVD player, computer and about $5000 worth of portable radio equipment.
It was all still there, right where I left it in November.
The cocksmokers stole my fucking icechest out of the cargo container.
It was a Coleman 5-Day Ice Chest.
Homeless people who had an encampment in the woods maybe? That does suck, but at least the other stuff is still there. Wish you could make the person who did the damage sweep up every shard of glass though. :mad:
You better report it stolen. With the description you gave, you sound like you’re in prime Bury-Dead-Body real estate. Try explaining to the cops that you have no idea how that body (Sure, CynicalGabe you never seen her before.) ended up in your cooler (with your fingerprints) buried in the woods near a camp where you work. Unlikely; maybe. But are you willing to take that chance? I really have to stop watching Law & Order/CSI.
The glass was broken on a different building. The icechest was inside a locked cargo container like this one . With two medium security padlocks on the outside. One lock was destroyed, the other was bypassed by cutting the hasp. The icechest clearly had outside help. Would that make it an inside job? :dubious:
Clearly, the mutant bacteria oozed through the cargo container openings, then busted the locks to free the ice chest. The fact that the lock looks like it’s been cut is merely a clever ruse to throw you off the path.
Don’t underestimate the power of the mutant bacteria!
Well, it’s a bizarre story to begin with. Is this really that much stranger?