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99ranger

Missing Ice House Clear Lake Waseca INFO

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99ranger

THis is the information on the fish house that was taken off of Clear Lake in Waseca last week. Any information contact the Waseca County Sheriff's Dept. 507-835-0500 IT was taken after 730 pm on 010505. It is a King Crow model it is a 6' by 12' it is mostly white in color except for two blue trim stripes around the mid section of the ice house. These stripes are about 6inches wide> it had two 20lb tanks mounted on the front side near the tow hitch. There was some rust around the bottom of the frame from banking of snow. There is also a spot of white paint missing from the right fender near the wheel. The inside of the house has 7 holes, brown wood paneling walls and blue carpet. The holes are framed in with a 2by8 and are painted white. The name plate was on the outside wall to the right of the front door and would have read K Bailey. Please contact the Waseca SO attn Inv. Langr

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Fish'n guy

It just makes me sick to know that someone would do something like that. those kind of people need to be locked up forever, because they are worthless to the rest of the world. Sorry if I sound harsh, but that lady spent her own money on that fish house to make someones day better, and those f&*&%#$ had to ruin all the fun for those people. Tim I know that you work for law enforcement, and I hope that you are able to catch those scumballs!!!!!!!!

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hawkeye43

I have been keeping an eye open at all king crows, i dont think it around here any more but you never know. mad.gif

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Crestliner-fever

this type of thing really burns a person up--it the jealous person-or persons that would do something like this, nobody can leave thier stinkin hands off, what could a person do if he caught them doing the act,( beside's getting your own self in trouble )

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Dotch

After reading the article in the Waseca paper, I was pissed. I know of several ELM homes in the area and some of the people who help them operate. I know whoever took the fish house probably isn't smart enough to run a computer and apparently doesn't give a rip about those whose lives he messed with. What if they had a loved one who was living at one of the locations? What the person or persons did who took it stinks. I hope someone reads the fish house description, fingers them and they get caught somehow. Also hope the judge throws the book at them.

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Crestliner-fever

dotch--what are elm homes, also they never caught the person yet have they? confused.gif

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Crestliner-fever

Ranger--being that your a police officer by occupation, i have a question, I recendly put insurance on my wheel house ( homemade ) the insurance person wants a idenifaction tag or something like it put somewhere on or in the house so if it's stoled it would be on record for the insurance, where would you suggest to put it? figure i'd engrave it some where on steel or hide a tag somewhere inside-- whats your suggestions, Thank you, you police officer's can't get enought credit!

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Dotch

ELM homes were set up as group homes for mentally handicapped folks to live. Those I know of are in the country. Usually there are some animals for them to care for such as llamas and sheep. The lady who owned the fish house that was stolen frequently took residents of the homes out ice fishing & for pizza parties overnight on the ice.

Haven't heard that anyone has been apprehended in the theft yet.

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99ranger

I would get an engraver from a local pd or sheriff if you dont have one. I would take photos of the house and also of the id number and its location on the house. I would place several on the house incase they find one that one may be left. I would place it out of the way so no easy to be found. I would say outside on the underside of the tongue some place. I would also say inside some place, under a storage cabinet, in a cabinet, under the heater or on the frame inside a hole would all be good places to check. Good Luck

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Dotch

I read in the Waseca paper last nite that the lady who had her fish house stolen has a replacement. Thanks to insurance and donations to help cover her deductible, she was able to replace it and get another one. Not as large as the original, but at least she can still take the ELM home residents out for fishing/pizza parties in a shelter again. A little good news for a change... cool.gif

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