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Leica Store Robbed - Breaking News

We're all desperate to get our hands on Lecia gear but not many of us would go as far as two apparent masked men in Lenin, Moscow. They scrapped the metal shutters, whacked the glass door down with a sledgehammers and broke into the store located in Leninsky Prospekt.

Within fifteen minutes they had trashed the place but from the images below looks like they didn't have time to lift them all.

We have serial numbers of the cameras and lenses stolen below, if you're offered any please check against these numbers and contact Leica about it here.

The Serial Numbers

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1. Objects Leica Elmar 18/3.8 ASPH., S / N 4084590
2. Leica Pro Set c 3 lens (35 / 1.4, 70-180/2.8, 35-70/2.8) _Leica, S / N 2927341 _Obektiv APO-Elmarit 70-180mm / f 2.8, S / N 03905538 _Obektiv Vario-Elmarit 35-70mm / f 2.8, S / N 3419566 _Obektiv Summilux 35mm / f 1.4
3. Digital Camera Leica (color - black), S / N 3104330
4. Digital Camera Leica (color - white), S / N 3111065
5. Lens Leica Summicron R jm, 90mm / f 2.0, S / N 2463461
6. Lens Leica Macro-Elmar M 90mm / f 4.0, S / N 3975976
7. Lens APO-TELYT-M 135mm / f 3.4, S / N 3722933
8. Leica, S / N 1748472
9. Objects Leica Elmarit 21mm / f 2.8 for film cameras
10. Objects Summilux 50mm / f 1.4 Titanium Edition (Pre-ASPH), S / N 3675659
11. Objects Summicron 50mm / f 2.0, S / N 3706945
12. Leica SF 20 flash
13. Leica, S / N 3469118
14. Lens Summicron 50mm / f 2.0, S / N 3997354
15. Leica (color - white), S / N 3821473
16. Leica (color - black), S / N 3983517
17. Leica, 2 pcs., S / N 4149352, S / N 4141590
18. Leica (color - black), 2 pcs., S / N 3922466, S / N 3913056
19. Leica (color - black), S / N 3748336
20. Leica (color - black), S / N 4201224

List of serial numbers will be updated.

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  1. they must already have an aftermarket for these

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