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Do you have a link to the story? There must be a lot more of this going on than we will ever know about.
Wonder if the guy she stole them from originally stole them from TRU lol.
Can police canine units train their dogs to sniff out LEGO? And has the Mob found LEGO yet?
Great choice of stock photo.
The other was a Craiglist deal where the guy had multiple copies of QAR which had just been stocked at Walmart and was selling them for less than MSRP. In the back of his SUV, he had large bags of dog food and other unrelated items.
I don't think anyone can be 100% sure that they never purchased stolen goods, but I have never purchased Lego sets on Ebay. I have purchased some polys and some sets from fellow Bricksetters, but never off EBay. I'm hoping that the few Bricksetters that I purchased from didn't steal those Lego sets ;)
And no, Margot, I don't worry about someone emptying our two huge storage rooms. They are full of Hubby's stuff/junk, and I would be more than thrilled to have someone haul it away without paying. (Please don't tell him that!) Much of his stuff is stored there because he already filled up most of our home, garage and attic with other stuff. None of which I can stand. So at least I don't have to look at his stuff in the storage sheds because they are located about 20 miles from where we live. Thank god! (Our LEGO is safely stored in our LEGO room for the most part.)