Stolen Propane Tank Alert

For the past week, countless hours of war videos have been released from Syria.  The captured cameras of Jihadis show their weaponry and how easily they are made.  Their most destructive weapon is completely home made in small machine shops from items that are easily available, but the main item is a propane tank.  Theft of propane tanks and cell phones throughout the United States is rampant since Christmas, please investigate your area.

The Jihadis set these home made cannon up outside of rural neighborhoods and bomb from the surrounding fields.  The films of Syria show cities whose buildings have been completely destroyed by these Hellfire cannons as they are called.  Entire cities are ghost towns.  They lob these tanks, filled with ball bearings and scrap metal, directly into parks and homes.  If a town is captured, the people are starved into giving up all their worldly goods for food.  I’ve gleaned this from a number of reports, but there is a video where a young boy, with his elders present, explains that the ‘humanitarian aid’ is taken by the Jihadis and sold to the residents at high prices.

During the past week, the Russians have put most of their strong holds out with precisely targeted bombing, aided by intelligence from local Syrians and in cooperation with their military.  The result is that money to their remaining Jihadies may have been cut off, which might prompt them to act. This will begin to take effect as I write.


The youtube channels that feature these videos are: Syria-War Video and WarNewsTV if you are interested in seeing what these weapons look like, how easy they are to make and how much damage they do.

Just type in the key words: ‘stolen propane tanks muslim’ and you’ll find a shocking amount of results.


Here’s a brief rundown:

Police and counterterrorism officials are looking for a man who stole dozens of industrial propane tanks from two Philadelphia facilities last week, law enforcement sources told NBC10.

Security footage from the facilities show a man loading 43 tanks of various sizes into a dark-colored minivan, according to sources.

Twenty-four of the tanks are said to be the size and style used to fuel forklifts, sources said. Also taken were nine tanks that hold 100 pounds of fuel, four 50 pound tanks, four 33 pound tanks and two 2 pound tanks, according to sources.

Investigators sent out a bulletin to authorities across Northeast Philadelphia asking them to be on the lookout for the van and thief.

Dozens of propane tanks were also reported stolen from several locations in Independence and Lee’s Summit, Missouri, earlier this month.

Around the same time, managers from five Missouri Walmarts alerted law enforcement about Middle Eastern men purchasing large numbers of untraceable disposable cellphones from their stores.  Several law enforcement agencies in Missouri have reportedly notified the FBI about the bulk purchases.

Also in Missouri, a group of Middle Eastern men aroused suspicion in the Ozarks a few weeks ago when they asked locals if they could rent a boat and tour the the area’s hydroelectric facility.  Local law enforcement forwarded the security tip regarding Bagnell Dam to the FBI and a joint task force on terrorism.

In Goldsboro, North Carolina, police recently arrested four men from New York  “and charged them with felony larceny after an officer spotted them leaving a Lowe’s Home Improvement store with hundreds of plumbing supplies.”

Also,  there have been reports of bulk purchases of Xbox 360 Kinect sensors in four states.

The owner of a game store in Arkansas told All News Pipeline that “two middle eastern men went through Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma recently and purchased over $40,000 worth of these xbox accessories from video game stores.”

In New York City, the police are reportedly on high alert ahead of the holidays.

Although NYPD officials say there is no specific “credible threat” against the city, “top NYPD brass including Commissioner William Bratton met with counterterrorism officials to discuss the need for increased vigilance,” according to sources.

Posted: Jan 05, 2016 6:29 AM HSTUpdated: Jan 05, 2016 6:31 AM HST

Amarillo, TX – Police are offering a $1,000 reward for your help to identify these suspects.

On Sunday, police say they received two reports of stolen propane tanks in the 300 block of East Hastings and in the 5600 block of Amarillo Boulevard East.

At one of the locations, police say surveillance photos captured these two men in a black Ford pick-up.

Anyone with information on the identity or whereabouts of these suspects could receive the cash reward in exchange for an anonymous tip.  Call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400.


There are many more reports in Louisiana, so please do a google search for your own area.


Also reported is that a suspicious number of public beaches in Hawaii have been closed to the public with the excuse that the people are being protected from dengue.  There is a possibility that these beaches are protected entry points.

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