Story from work-long,but im stressed.
Im one of 4 managers that help run an automotive facility. I won't go into details, lets just say, we work on/with customer vehicles all day long.
Couple months ago, I had a fellow gun owner/buddy at work, (we'll call him Joe) do some stuff to my personal vehicle, long story short, my beloved Kahr CW9 was stolen from my car:ticking: Most likely an employee. Needless to say, it was very upsetting. The LEO that responded to the call told me that he felt it was "highly unlikely" when the details were given to him. Of course it is not registered as a stolen weapon.
Fast forward to yesterday. 'Joe' was working, there and one other employee(we'll call him James, I've never liked or trusted him.) that were working the day of my gun theft. A customer was picking up his vehicle, when he realized his .25ACP pistol that was in the console was missing. After much searching and whatnot, the pistol was found stashed in the parking lot under a traffic control cone. It just so happens James drove,and helped service the vehicle. Even though I was not the manager that helped the customer in that situation (I actually kept the place running while the others helped the victem) it was still very stressful to know I work right next to,and with theives. :hand1:
I'm also feeling very angry. The LEOs were here almost 3 hours, interviewing anybody and everybody ,gathering information and whatnot.
Yet--when my larger capacity, larger caliber loaded firearm was stolen, the LEO's were here about an hour , tops.