Fuji Stolen FujiFilm XT-2 + Lenses (Rotterdam, Netherlands) PLEASE HELP!!!

Hi fellow Fuji shooters…

Yesterday morning (September 15) my camera bag with my entire kit was stolen from the Grote Markt outside of the Markthal in Rotterdam. My brand new Fujifilm X-T2 and five Fujinon XF lenses, Lee filters, etc were inside of a LowPro Event Messenger bag. All of my gear gone in a flash, not to mention all of the photos on my SD cards from four long days of work! I am devastated and heartbroken!

I am really crushed and do not know what I can do. I know it is really a long shot, but I have to write anyway. I am simply trying to get the word out to as many people as possible. If you could possibly keep an eye out in case you see or hear about anything, and pass along word to anyone else you can think of, especially anyone in the Netherlands/Rotterdam, other Fuji X shooters, camera clubs, keep an eye on classified listings for anything suspicious… I would be very grateful for any small help you might be able to offer.

In case you might see anyone trying to sell an unboxed Fuji X-T2 or Fuji lenses near Rotterdam in the next days or weeks. I want to ask you to please try and get any information that is possible and either contact me or else the Rotterdam Police directly. I have the serial numbers available for all items, and can describe exactly what was inside of the bag. Very generous reward and no questions asked if returned to me…

Met vriendelijke groet,

Jason Langley
Thank you everyone... no luck yet.

In case it's important, here is the partial gear list in case anyone notices any of it popping up online or in a far away land somewhere in the distant future: =(

Fujifilm XT-2 Camera - Serial Number 63M58032
Fujinon XF50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR - Serial Number 55A06241
Fujinon XF23mm F1.4 R - Serial Number 38A08305
Fujinon XF14mm F2.8 R - Serial Number 31A14317
Fujinon XF 35mm F1.4 R - Serial Number 22A47047
XF 1.4x TC WR Teleconverter - Serial Number 58A03628

Also, let is serve as a warning for others to never get too comfortable/let your guard down for a second! I am a very seasoned traveler, generally very aware, been all over the world to some rough places and never lost a single piece of gear before... But being close to 'home' I wasn't paying enough attention as I should have... and it really does only take a second.


Sunny Frimley
Real Name
Bill Palmer
I know it's too late now - and I feel for your loss - but it might be worth mentioning lenstag.com I have all my gear registered with them. It doesn't protect, but it provides a degree of assurance that you might see it again.
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