Stolen camers reported to be worth over $200,000
Mitcham, VIC -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2012 -- Acclaimed photographer Steve Parish says he is heartsick after bandits stole his camera and other equipment worth $200,000 from an automobile in Adelaide. He is legendary for his written works on wildlife that have won a series of accolades including the 2003 Wilderness Society's award for environmental publishing.
Furthermore, in the year 1999, Parish achieved the Australian Photographic Society award for his input towards the photography of nature and again in the year 2008, he was given the honor of the Order of Australia for services rendered towards publishing.
The author was on tour in the South of Australia, completing his work in the Adelaide Hills, when he found out that bandits had looted his car by breaking its window and lock-picking the trunk. He claimed he broke down completely upon finding about the incident since he was already on edge because of the harm caused to his businesses by the Brisbane floods.
He simply wishes for the equipment to be returned to him and promises no penalties or any legal action against the offenders. The photographer also claims that all his equipment was bespoke and not standardized as churned out in huge numbers by factories; hence, they were of no use to the average individual and could not be sold in the market just as easily.
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