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(FRIENDLY ACTION) ERW/TURN-IN RPT CEXC : 0 INJ/DAM
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On 23 August 2007, twelve (12x) custom made countdown timers were turned into CEXC Kabul by ISAF Counter IED (CIED). CIED acquired these devices through a source attempting to obtain payment from CIED for access to two weapons caches. The source wants to sell the remaining items in the caches to ISAF. There are several items in the cache to include rockets, and the sources wants to sell the information for $5,000.00 (U.S. Dollars) each. If the source is paid, the source will give the name of the owner of the cache to ISAF. ITEMS RECOVERED: Twelve (12x) countdown timer firing devices: The individual characteristics varied slightly, but were basically consistent. The devices measures 4.3cm (W) x 5.5cm (L) x 1.4cm (D). The devices are housed in a small cardboard box surrounded by masking tape, that is filled with an apparent injection molded type plastic that shields and protects the internal electronic components. The devices have two (2x) visible red LED lights embedded in the plastic. The plastic fill has three distinct (3x) sets of wiring emanating from it: One (1x) Power In (PI) pair of wires (one with red insulation and one with black insulation), each approximately 26.5cm in length with a 9V battery connector at their terminus. The wires have a piece of white masking tape attached, with numbers written on it in red marker. One (1x) pair of wires, white with red stripe, approximately 9cm in length, exiting the device from the corner adjacent to the possible power supply wiring. One pair of Power Out (PO) wires, approximately 20.5cm in length, having white insulation with a green stripe, exits the device adjacent to the LED lights. These measurements are approximant/averages for all twelve devices. CEXC_AFG_675_07