Steve Shackleford of Blade Magazine reports on his blog that approximately 150 custom knives valued at around $750,000 was stolen from Knifepurveyor.com. These knives included some by the world’s finest makers. The knives were stolen from the Raleigh-Durham International Airport when a crook walked off with his luggage. Here’s the link showing pictures of the knives that were stolen: Knives Stolen From KnifePurveyor.com. Including knives from legends such as Bill Moran and Bob Loveless, as well as from Warren Osborne and Ron Lake.
Ron Lake Custom Knife Stag Interframe Tail Lock “Tiger “Engraved by Ray Cover Jr..
Bob Loveless Custom Knives Stag Riverside Football Logo Drop Point Hunter
Bill Moran Custom Knife Hunter with Moon Face Sheath
Warren Osborne Custom Knife Biggs Jasper Interframe Lockback.
If you see any of these knives or have any information about the theft, please call Detective Charles Shelton at 919-840-7556 or 919-702-2556 (cell).
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Man, I hope he got luggage insurance!
I do too. There was some reference in Steve Shackleford’s blog about insurance, ““Several law enforcement agencies and the Collectible Insurance company are hot on the case.” – See Steve’s blog post at: http://www.blademag.com/blog/steve-shackleford-blog/750000-worth-custom-knives-stolen#sthash.nhi8svot.dpuf