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Sometime during the Ace Pool Shoot-out at DGLO yesterday, someone stole the 2 discs from my players pack and about 8 out of my bag!!! Hate to bring a bad connotation to the tournament, Terry made the players' pack extra fat and the payouts were awesome. I'm pretty pissed about getting my stuff stolen though. The ONE time I leave my car unlocked consciously, not worrying about fellow disc golfers stealing my stuff, this happens. My wallet was in my center console with cash in it, but it wasn't even touched, so i think its safe to say another player did it. Name and number are on the back of most of them, so if you see some discs that say Sean Blazo #38214 and my phone number on them, gimme a shout.

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holy shit dude, that's pretty low. If you need anything replaced let me know and I'll hook you up
That sucks man. At least they didn't get your wallet. Hopefully they'll get what they deserve in the end.
may they only throw circle 7's for the rest of thier lives.
Rule of threes will take care of the offender. Pretty safe bet that will be at another tournament in the near future.
Had my bag stolen. Had a disc stolen from a jumbo toss. No trust left in me.
Your bag was stolen at the same event?!
No, different
i got a flx esp avenger for ya. DAMN ill keep my eye out when im out there. wtf
thats messed up but matt is right karma is the nastiest bitch of them all and who ever has done this shall pay dearly in the end
Same thing happened to me at a tournament. Set my bag in the back seat of the truck and had two sleeves of CE plastic in dividers, they got all of it while I was saying goodbye to some friends. I wasn't 40ft from my truck. I know how you feel and its hard to get over knowing that who ever took it, you may play with sometime and not even know it.
Hey Blaze,

Some crimes make little sense. A disc in someone's bag is valuable to them because they know just what it does. To someone else it is just another disc. The more seasoned the disc the more valuable it is to the owner and the less it is worth is someone else. Oh well, I, too believe in ultimate justice (karma). It may take a while but eventually the thief will pay the price.

Why don't you list what you lost. Maybe we can help out.
I agree with Mr Ellis, Let us all know what you lost (color, weight, type, etc..) I'm sure we'll do what we can to find them and get them back to you.

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