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LakeTahoe

FounD a VEXILAR on the Side of the ROAD!!! PLEASE CLAIM...

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Found a Vexilar in the St Cloud Area on the side of the road... Okay, so my brother actually found it. If you think lost a vexilar within the last 2 weeks in the ST CLOUD area... you can email me at jjzuhlsdorf at hotmail (Contact Us Please)...

If you email me, tell me what model it was, the style of carrier (ultra pack, pro-pack, or the genz pack).... if possible the serial number would obviously seal the deal.... and what ROAD you think it may have fell out at. If everything matches up we'll gladly return it.... I know I would be super dissappointed if I lost mine.

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Lake Tahoe Hats off to you , your a stand -up-guy.all the best in returning this.Metro

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Thanks... but honestly if it happened to me I would HOPE someone else would try to do the same.

P.S.

Couple scratches on the case, but LOOKS brand new and runs fine!

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Like metro said. With all the stories of fish house break ins and people that are less than honest out there its nice to see people like you are still out there.

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Lake Tahoe your a good man !!!

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Condratulations on being a stand up guy!!!! Takes alot for someone to do this, not just keep it. Awesome.

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