Stolen Chattanooga Amateur Radio Club Property Late Friday night July 5th / early Saturday July 6th, the trailer pictured, belonging to the Chattanooga Amateur Radio Club (CARC), along with a Black Toyota Tacoma, belonging to Southeast Company, was stolen from 7th street in Chattanooga. The trailer contained quite a bit of Amateur Radio related equipment along with generators and more. There will be a more detailed list coming in the near future. Please be on the lookout for this trailer, the truck and question ANY radio or related equipment being sold by unknown persons. There were Icom D-Star radio(s), Kenwood dual band radio(s), TNC equipment, network equipment, possible computer equipment, 2 Honda generators (1 portable, 1 large) 70 amp power supply, Yaesu HF radio(s) and other related equipment. The truck may have damage on the front end as it was used to ram through a gate. This is also an unsafe towing situation as the black Toyota Tacoma truck is a smaller truck and this trailer is too large and heavy to be safely towed by this truck. The truck also does not have the needed braking equipment for the trailer and as well, was not equipped with the proper hitch ball size (too small). If seen, please notify your local law enforcement and / or call 911 immediately and provide any details that you can and follow up with notifying the Chattanooga Amateur Radio Club at 423-308-3477. Please pass along this email and information to anyone you can!