A good friend of mine who traps for a living and lives a rough life in the bush, who's also been experiencing some serious physical challenges lately, found that some scum-bags had stolen a wolf trap, the chain the drag was attached to, a hook, and the wolf that was in it.
They took the critter, chain, hook, and trap in question from not too far east of the second river going toward Goldking on the Rex Trail. They fully knew that none of what they were taking was theirs.
They were on snowmobiles and wearing bunny boots. (*Yes, when you approach other peoples' things, especially in the mud or snow, you leave tracks.. And trappers make their living by reading tracks.. Think about it..)
The value of the trap is about $110 by itself. The chain and hook bring the grand total of hardware up to about $140-ish. If the wolf tops the $360 mark in value, then guess what? They crossed that pesky 'felony theft' boundary ($500) that some fail to note when they're passing it by at the speed of light.
Or.. they could seek redemption, apologize to the trapper in question, as well as the Grand Cosmos, and pray they never get caught holding someone else's stuff... broke down on the trail.. cold, etc.
If some good Samaritan that had no idea they were about to make themselves into a felon wanted to avoid future bad karma, they might seek to repent by replying to this post and seeking to return the valuables that their greedy decision-making resulted in being in their possession.