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Paul, not sure if you did this yet, but if not: when you file a police report for your stolen equipment make sure to request that the serial numbers be placed in NCIC. That is a national database system that can be accessed by all law enforcement agencies.
If someone tries to pawn it anywhere or gets stopped by the police and the serial numbers are run by the officer, it will alert as stolen.
p.s. Also, check Craigslist frequently as many times thieves try to sell stuff there. Also, check your local pawn shops without asking the employees about your equipment. If they purchased the equipment before it was listed in the national database of stolen items, they will not want to be associated with shady dealings and will probably throw your equipment away before getting caught with it. Just go around the pawn shops and look at everything as if you are shopping for stuff. Also, check your local flea market.