Stolen Paintball Gun Tracked Down After Being Listed On Ebay... The Seller? Patrol Deputy Matthew PlymaleChris | InformationLiberation
Aug. 19, 2012
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A Florida man had his $1,200 paintball gun stolen, so he searched the internet for weeks hoping to find it listed online, finally he found it listed on Ebay, with a picture showing it was the same serial number. He called the police and they helped set up a "meeting" with the seller...
He kept in contact with the seller and told Brevard County deputies, who arranged to meet the person at a Palm Bay convenience store.See the video report here.
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