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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thieves Take Man's Tree Stand, Trail Cam In Southwoods

Hunter's Equipment Stolen
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a theft that occurred 150 yards north of Southwoods Road, approximately 6 miles east of Route 872 in Homer Township.


Unknown actor(s) arrived at that location and stole a Big Game Boss XL Tree Stand (camouflage in color) valued at $90.00, Rivers Edge Climbing Sticks (black in color) values at $50.00, and a Remington Ghost Trail Camera (black in color) valued at $120.00.

The equipment belongs to Clint J. Youngfleish, of Heth Road, Coudersport, PA. Anyone with information about this investigation is asked to call PSP Coudersport at 814-274-8690. Trooper Baird is the investigating officer.

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Must have had their hands full, they didnt get the corn and the mineral block....

Anonymous said...

I know how he must be feeling, I had a tree stand stolen a couple years ago. A year later I found it strapped to a guys atv. When I asked where he got it he said "I borrowed it from a buddy"
I had been using the same tree for years and never had to lock my stand. That is my own fault. The guy has a camp just down the ridge from where my stand was and maybe one day he will be missing a stand!

Anonymous said...

How do they know that these dildines were actually actors?
Denzel Washington and some other actors were in the area not long ago for that train movie. But I can't see them stealing something like that.

Anonymous said...

The dildine 12:51 comment is quite the actor him or herself. The dictionary states the word actor not only mean's on stage or in the movie's, but one who does something! I'll bet you would't think it as a joke if it happened to you DILDINE; which by the way is really getting old. Think of another studid word to discribe everything.

Anonymous said...

you mean you havn't heard of musical tree stand. Eye for and eye, tree stand for a tree stand.

Anonymous said...

All kidding aside this is becoming a problem. What makes me sad is that most outdoorsmen have an unspoken code of ethics. If you grew up in a hunting family it was just installed into you. You just don’t mess with someone else’s stuff!

The Game Commission should get involved in this as well. If someone is caught with someone else’s tree stand, game cam, etc. They should pay a hefty fine to the Game Commission along with the state and federal laws that apply, as well as lose their hunting privileges for several years. Just like they did regarding the tampering of traps.

I am sure the police do not have the time or resources to run around the woods and look for tree stands. So the chances of ever recovering your items are almost non existent. As to the poster that found his on some guys ATV, I would have been quick to call the police.

This is no different then someone coming onto your property, into your garage, on your porch, etc and stealing your property. Just because it happens in the woods does not make it less a crime.

And yes I do know exactly how you feel. I discovered Wednesday evening that someone went in on private property and stole my tree stand. My name is all over it. It is unique and customized. If I see it I can prove it’s mine!

Glenn Wolf