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DYE Precision, LTD

DYE Precision Ltd. broken into and over 150 DM10 and NT paintball guns stolen.

Croydon, England (April 29, 2010) - DYE Precision Ltd. announced today that their UK headquarters were broken into and resulted in the theft of over 150 high-end, tournament grade paintball markers. Most of the paintball guns stolen were NT's and DM10's. The police have been called and a full investigation is underway.

At this point in time, we are confident that the stolen merchandise will start to show up and be available for sale online, at local paintball sites, etc. These guns, not purchased through authorized dealers, are stolen property and serial numbers have been flagged as such.

If you do come across DYE or Proto guns from an unauthorized source in a deal that seems too good to be true, please call DYE Europe's home office at +44 (0) 208 649 6330 and speak with our management team for instructions on how to proceed. You can speak with either Ellcie Conway at extension 203 or Jeff Abbott at extension 211. A list of serial numbers and gun descriptions will be circulated online and shortly and available on our website

In this small, tight-knit industry, we call upon our customers, friends, industry colleagues, and all players to keep their eyes and ears open and send any leads or information you have to DYE Europe. All information will be treated in the strictest confidence and if it proves to be key in finding the goods and those that stole the items, you will be rewarded appropriately.

We thank you for your cooperation and understanding at this time.


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