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Old 09-16-2007, 08:44 PM   #1
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Pizza-crust theif, caught in action...

Got this today while doing my weekend maintenance on my tanks. Heard a noise, happened to have a camera close by... This guys been raiding my cans at night for a year now, never seen him in broad daylight!

I know they are a pest, but I say live and let live... If you want to live in a storm drain and eat my garbage, go for it. The squirrels in my attic are another story. They HAVE GOT to go!
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Great shots. Rocky visits me just about every night.
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Just be happy he didn't take the PT Cruiser out for a spin. That's a great photo and evidence of pilferage of the highest order.
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Just be happy he didn't take the PT Cruiser out for a spin.
Oh, he only does that under the cover of darkness. Check yer odometer, Sicklid!

Great shots.
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Great pictures. Squirrels we have but racoons, not a bit.
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Hmm... never thought of that... this whole time I thought my neighbor was siphoning gas!
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Great pics of a real bandit in action!

My apartment complex is visited every night by a family of these unrepentent burglars.
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Just wait until they start stealing anything shiny from around your house.



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We get racoons, but our garage seems to attract cate, and our outside does also. We have had cats give birth in our basment garage, and a cat has given birth under my own homemade hover craft( basically a table, with skirts adn a motor). So we have more than coons.
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LOL at the first pic. It looks like he is really stealthy!
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