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Car Trouble Leads to Burglary Suspect's Arrest: Police

There are 2 comments on the story from Nov 1, 2013, titled Car Trouble Leads to Burglary Suspect's Arrest: Police. In it, reports that:

Mount Laurel Police say Ricardo L. Oliver, of Rochester, NY, burglarized the Verizon Wireless store on Route 73. Credit: Provided Car trouble led to the arrest of a New York man who police said was one-half of a burglary team that stole more than $75,000 of electronics from the Verizon Wireless store on Route 73. Mount Laurel Police responded to an ... (more)

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Rochester, NY

#1 Nov 2, 2013
GREAT, more bad press for Rochester, just what we need.
Ha Ha


#2 Nov 2, 2013
see, if this crook would have bought a reliable car from Van Bortal, he could have gotten away!

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