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Cops and one outraged photographer are looking for a crew of thieves who burglarized a Marine Park garage and looted thousands of dollars in camera equipment found in the victim’s car.

Professional lensman Todd Maisel told police that someone broke into the garage attached to his house on the night of August 20, busted his car window and removed a Canon HV30 with Canon Wide Angle lens, a v-bracket with Senheisser Microphone on one side and a Sony Wireless receiver on the other side with wires included.

Since the camera equipment was the only thing stolen, Maisel believes that someone will be trying to sell the equipment.

He’s offering a $500 reward to anyone who can either locate the equipment or the thieves responsible.

The stolen cameras included a Nikon D3 #2057132, D3 #2044956, D2x #6024708, Nikon D2H #2014687, 24-70 2.8#227153, 70-200VR lens #236468, 17-35 #284965, Nikon 12-24 #209068,10.5 mm #539456, 28-70 #259328, 60mm #3029892, 24-85 #401621, 50mm #4539134, 2 (two) SB800, SU800 #273089,SB 80 DX #2088536, SB 28DX #2088536,TC 201 2x extender #430036.

Anyone with information regarding this theft can contact Maisel at (646) 872-5374. Cops can also be contacted at (718) 258-4411. All calls will be kept confidential.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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