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3 Inches Of Blood singer victim of theft

Friday, December 04, 2009 11:09 PM PT
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3 Inches Of Blood singer Cam Pipes had a handful of items stolen from the dressing room of The Veteran's Hall in Santa Cruz, California on Wednesday. The following details have been provided by the band:

"The case which used to protect Cam's Ipod was recovered by accident at a Denny's restaurant at 1515 Ocean st in Santa Cruz, CA. After giving a description of the suspect to the manager, he confirmed that the guy was at the restaurant a few hours before we ate there this morning. The manager even filled in details about him that we already knew like mentioning Ariel's hand tattoos, so we know for sure who the scumbag is.

"Later in the day it was learned that Ariel the thief attempted to take Cam's cell phone into a Verizon Wireless store at 110 Cooper st in Santa Cruz and asked to have his shitty phone plan transferred to Cam's phone. The Verizon employee got suspicious and withheld the phone from him. It's likely he wanted them to unlock the phone because Cam always keeps his phone locked, so there is no way he would have been able to make calls or texts with it.

"The phone has been recovered, but other items are still missing that were in a Black Vans backpack that had many outside pockets. Many of these items were in a black zip-up leather wallet.

"Cam's Canadian passport (canceled by the Consulate General of Canada office), British Columbia Driver's Licence, Bank of America Debit Visa card (canceled), Royal Bank Visa Card (canceled), Royal Bank Client Card, U.S. Social Security Card, Canada Social Insurance Card, black 160GB ipod, Province of Ontario birth Certificate. approx. $50 u.s. cash and $45 canadian cash, Key clip with several keys on them, black bottle opener, Hungarian Flag keychain, Vancouver Canucks keychain.

"These are the most important items, there were other miscellaneous items like a pair of black jeans, crown royal bag with cold remedies and vitamins in it, but those are not of great importance.

"Anyone with information, please contact the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Department (831) 454-2414"


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