STOLEN: BENAROYA Hall LP Box #1092 (taken between 4/13/18 - 4/15/18 from Raleigh, NC 27603)

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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 42,299
    edited April 16
    That would be why the victim would be best off contacting the cops.
    But maybe the seller actually cares about his business? It's not exactly good PR to not be a responsible and considerate seller in such a case. He has quite a lot of sales on discogs, might be active on ebay too... hopefully he does cooperate! Any decent person would.
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • cp3iversoncp3iverson Posts: 4,389
    Police report is the way to go 
  • mace1229mace1229 Posts: 2,688
    mace1229 said:
    I think the fact he posted it as #1092 would be pretty solid proof if this turns out to be #1092.
    Not in the real world.  If it comes down to proof of ownership, a post on the internet will not do.  I could have easily came on here yesterday and made the exact same post as Drifting......
    Well yeah, but if he posted this as stolen, made a police report (which I think he said he did, right?), made this posting all before it was listed on Discogs, that is pretty strong evidence. And I didnt see the # listed on Discogs, so again it would really be 1 out of 2000 chance he just made up a number and that also happened to be the one for sale in the same city. I'm guessing there is enough to recover it and press charges if that's how it works out. The fact they are numbered and he knows the number, and the number has not been revealed by the seller is what would give me hope.
    But then again, my wife always accuses me of being the most adamant about things I have no clue of. This may be one of those times.

  • sheckyshecky San FranciscoPosts: 864
    I believe that there are laws in most states that a store must wait a certain period of time after they buy merchandise from a private party before they can sell it. The reason, obviously, is to make the sure the merchandise does not turn out to be stolen. I can't tell if the discogs seller is a 'brick and mortar' store or just a guy working from his living room and I don't know if that makes a difference anyway, legally. 
  • bflynn1bflynn1 Posts: 1,123
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    I think the fact he posted it as #1092 would be pretty solid proof if this turns out to be #1092.
    Not in the real world.  If it comes down to proof of ownership, a post on the internet will not do.  I could have easily came on here yesterday and made the exact same post as Drifting......
    Well yeah, but if he posted this as stolen, made a police report (which I think he said he did, right?), made this posting all before it was listed on Discogs, that is pretty strong evidence. And I didnt see the # listed on Discogs, so again it would really be 1 out of 2000 chance he just made up a number and that also happened to be the one for sale in the same city. I'm guessing there is enough to recover it and press charges if that's how it works out. The fact they are numbered and he knows the number, and the number has not been revealed by the seller is what would give me hope.
    But then again, my wife always accuses me of being the most adamant about things I have no clue of. This may be one of those times.

    The number is listed in the seller's item description on Discogs
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 42,299
    edited April 16
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    I think the fact he posted it as #1092 would be pretty solid proof if this turns out to be #1092.
    Not in the real world.  If it comes down to proof of ownership, a post on the internet will not do.  I could have easily came on here yesterday and made the exact same post as Drifting......
    Well yeah, but if he posted this as stolen, made a police report (which I think he said he did, right?), made this posting all before it was listed on Discogs, that is pretty strong evidence. And I didnt see the # listed on Discogs, so again it would really be 1 out of 2000 chance he just made up a number and that also happened to be the one for sale in the same city. I'm guessing there is enough to recover it and press charges if that's how it works out. The fact they are numbered and he knows the number, and the number has not been revealed by the seller is what would give me hope.
    But then again, my wife always accuses me of being the most adamant about things I have no clue of. This may be one of those times.

    The seller did indeed list the number of the set - it's right there on the main page of the sale.
    I don't think he contacted the cops (yet)? He says he's obliged to in order to get anything done though... so maybe? I hope so!
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • Ray J. T.Ray J. T. Posts: 3,495
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    I think the fact he posted it as #1092 would be pretty solid proof if this turns out to be #1092.
    Not in the real world.  If it comes down to proof of ownership, a post on the internet will not do.  I could have easily came on here yesterday and made the exact same post as Drifting......
    Well yeah, but if he posted this as stolen, made a police report (which I think he said he did, right?), made this posting all before it was listed on Discogs, that is pretty strong evidence. And I didnt see the # listed on Discogs, so again it would really be 1 out of 2000 chance he just made up a number and that also happened to be the one for sale in the same city. I'm guessing there is enough to recover it and press charges if that's how it works out. The fact they are numbered and he knows the number, and the number has not been revealed by the seller is what would give me hope.
    But then again, my wife always accuses me of being the most adamant about things I have no clue of. This may be one of those times.

    The seller did post up the number on the listing. 
  • lolobugglolobugg BLUE RDGE MTNSPosts: 7,476
    Dude, I hope you filed a police report.

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  • elvistheking44elvistheking44 Posts: 3,461
    Police report is the way to go 
    This. Call the cops and hope to God that your roommate talks.  Otherwise even if the Discogs seller proves that they bought it from said abused woman, its still not proof it was actually yours.   
  • sheckyshecky San FranciscoPosts: 864
    On another note, does it seem interesting to anyone else that the victim has taken the time to wax so eloquently about this incident? I personally would still be FUMING about this theft - not react like I was entering a writing contest. Strange?
  • lolobugglolobugg BLUE RDGE MTNSPosts: 7,476
    edited April 16
    shecky said:
    On another note, does it seem interesting to anyone else that the victim has taken the time to wax so eloquently about this incident? I personally would still be FUMING about this theft - not react like I was entering a writing contest. Strange?


    yeah. if that woman would've stolen any of my records... she would be finding out what "abused" really meant.

    pretty chill dude. hopefully he gets this record back.

    Post edited by lolobugg on

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  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 4,071
    edited April 16
    Seller took the post down 
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  • sfrdudersfrduder Posts: 77

    Looks like it was pulled from discogs.

    I don't see it on ebay though.

  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 4,071
    And I totally saw the number mentioned in the seller’s notes by the way. #1092 or whatever it was, so the number was there for all to see.
    I had a false belief I thought I came here to stay. We're all just visitors.
  • sfrdudersfrduder Posts: 77
    Yeah the discogs add also had the number listed.
  • sfrdudersfrduder Posts: 77

    Here's the number for the store, I guys he could always call them and find out what's going on

    919-829-0230

    http://nicepricebooksandrecords.com/

    seems a little funny that he's MIA.

  • mace1229mace1229 Posts: 2,688
    PJ_Soul said:
    mace1229 said:
    mace1229 said:
    I think the fact he posted it as #1092 would be pretty solid proof if this turns out to be #1092.
    Not in the real world.  If it comes down to proof of ownership, a post on the internet will not do.  I could have easily came on here yesterday and made the exact same post as Drifting......
    Well yeah, but if he posted this as stolen, made a police report (which I think he said he did, right?), made this posting all before it was listed on Discogs, that is pretty strong evidence. And I didnt see the # listed on Discogs, so again it would really be 1 out of 2000 chance he just made up a number and that also happened to be the one for sale in the same city. I'm guessing there is enough to recover it and press charges if that's how it works out. The fact they are numbered and he knows the number, and the number has not been revealed by the seller is what would give me hope.
    But then again, my wife always accuses me of being the most adamant about things I have no clue of. This may be one of those times.

    The seller did indeed list the number of the set - it's right there on the main page of the sale.
    I don't think he contacted the cops (yet)? He says he's obliged to in order to get anything done though... so maybe? I hope so!
    And that is why I am not a detective. Get Joe Kenda on this case.
  • lolobugglolobugg BLUE RDGE MTNSPosts: 7,476
    sfrduder said:

    Here's the number for the store, I guys he could always call them and find out what's going on

    919-829-0230

    http://nicepricebooksandrecords.com/

    seems a little funny that he's MIA.


    dAMN,  I think my friend used to work at that store.

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  • jeffbrjeffbr SeattlePosts: 5,971
    mace1229 said:
    I think the fact he posted it as #1092 would be pretty solid proof if this turns out to be #1092.
    Not in the real world.  If it comes down to proof of ownership, a post on the internet will not do.  I could have easily came on here yesterday and made the exact same post as Drifting......
    How about if he posted #1092 years prior? Say, 2011?
    http://community.pearljam.com/discussion/comment/4108671#Comment_4108671
    1092 is his Benny.

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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 42,299
    lolobugg said:
    sfrduder said:

    Here's the number for the store, I guys he could always call them and find out what's going on

    919-829-0230

    http://nicepricebooksandrecords.com/

    seems a little funny that he's MIA.


    dAMN,  I think my friend used to work at that store.
    Maybe he or she can help!! I would love to see the rightful owner get this album back. If the seller helps, that could be good for his business maybe? Seriously, if that happens, I'll make a point of shopping there.
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  • AmishGuy91AmishGuy91 Posts: 701
    shecky said:
    On another note, does it seem interesting to anyone else that the victim has taken the time to wax so eloquently about this incident? I personally would still be FUMING about this theft - not react like I was entering a writing contest. Strange?
    Yes, found it hard to read.
  • lolobugglolobugg BLUE RDGE MTNSPosts: 7,476
    PJ_Soul said:
    lolobugg said:
    sfrduder said:

    Here's the number for the store, I guys he could always call them and find out what's going on

    919-829-0230

    http://nicepricebooksandrecords.com/

    seems a little funny that he's MIA.


    dAMN,  I think my friend used to work at that store.
    Maybe he or she can help!! I would love to see the rightful owner get this album back. If the seller helps, that could be good for his business maybe? Seriously, if that happens, I'll make a point of shopping there.


    it has been a long time now. I will try to hit him up on FB and see if this is the place I am thinking of.

    It's just a used book and record store. I would imagine the OP could get this back if he can prove ownership.  just like if someone tried to fence it at a pawnshop.

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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 11,761
    shecky said:
    On another note, does it seem interesting to anyone else that the victim has taken the time to wax so eloquently about this incident? I personally would still be FUMING about this theft - not react like I was entering a writing contest. Strange?
    It's always in your best interest to remain calm & collected when describing or figuring out a crime.
  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 19,165
    shecky said:
    On another note, does it seem interesting to anyone else that the victim has taken the time to wax so eloquently about this incident? I personally would still be FUMING about this theft - not react like I was entering a writing contest. Strange?
    His waxing writing tends to be eloquent.  I'm sure he's pissed as fuck-all too.
  • ConorKavanaghConorKavanagh 38Posts: 455
    I found that original post difficult to understand but once I figured out that it was serious, man, that sucks. I hope that a police report was made.
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  • nalyd61nalyd61 BostonPosts: 505
    Has the OP emerged yet?
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    This is crazy!  A true crime story unfolds on the PJ boards. I really hope there's a happy ending!!!
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    This is crazy!  A true crime story unfolds on the PJ boards. I really hope there's a happy ending!!!
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    KC138045 said:
    This is crazy!  A true crime story unfolds on the PJ boards. I really hope there's a happy ending!!!
    In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the Ten Club Forum, who investigate crime; and Santos, who prosecutes the offenders. These are their stories.
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