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12-19-2011 12:49 AM
phritchey Posted to my Facebook.
12-10-2011 05:34 PM
shewoolf Thanks for posting this! I will share with some of the other sites too. Lets get this thing back!
12-10-2011 04:59 PM
n2jeepn
Stolen Trail Machine, trailer and tools

A trail machine was stolen from the Northwest Trail Alliance, their new ST240 single track trail machine, its trailer, and several other trail building tools.

The machine was stolen from Oregon’s Stubb Stewart State Park’s maintenance yard after hours on Tuesday, November 29, 2011. The ST240 is a very unusual piece of equipment; there are only a handful of these machines in existence. I’ve attached links to the NWTA forum showing pictures of their machine and trailer as well as links to the company website for more pictures of the machine itself.

http://nw-trail.org/forum/trail-care-trail-building/general/2928

http://singletracktools.com/

If you have any information about the stolen machine, trailer or tools – please contact Joe Rykowski of the Northwest Trail Alliance at 503-877-5637.

Thanks for your help!

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