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Theft of Belays in Ropes Course Marburg

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Theft of belays in ropes course Marburg

03/22/11: Marburg, Germany:

Not even open but the aim of thieves was the ropes course in the forest of the “Dammmühle” in Wehrshausen, Marburg, Germany. Between Saturday 19th and Monday 21st of March 3 installed mechanical fall arresters with a total value of 2100€ were stolen.


Additional they took minimum one safety cotter pin of a shackle and cut off 5 meters of 15 meter trainer-ascend-rope. The Opening of the ropes course Marburg is planned for the middle of April. The stolen mechanical fall arresters are supposed to absorb the strength of a down fall. These belay devices are made of a black plastic body containing a rolled up steel rope with 2 carabiners, one getting attached to the rope leading threw the course and one to the harness of the visitor. The fall arresters were brand new and high quality with a price of 700€ each. Please give advice to the police Marburg.

Climbland wants especially appeal the operators of ropes courses and adventure parks for taking some attention on offers of cheap equipment of not identified sources and to notify if necessary the police in Marburg dialing +49-6421/406-0.

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