If so, Boston Police have it and would love to talk to you about how it wound up in a dumpster at 58 Annunciation Rd. this morning.
Hopefully they can trace the serial number and reunite this baby Glock with its rightful home again.
The "original owner" probably wants nothing to do with it.
Is it yellow with a Pikachu on it?
Is that thing so easily replaced that the owner wasn't concerned about dumping it?
Should have left the connoli’s in the dumpster instead.
The "owner" illegally obtained it and could care less about dumping it. Criminals are criminals because they don't care about laws.
I might be wrong, but I think the comment meant that it's too easy for a criminal to replace that gun. Criminals still need to A) pay money and B) find a willing seller.
That's exactly what I meant.
Criminals that find the money and a seller of totally illegal drugs smuggled from the other side of the world aren't going to have to hard of a time obtaining a common commodity. The illegal arms trade runs in parallel with the drug trade globally.
They probably threw it in the trash because they replaced it with a better gun.
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