Break-In Victims Browse Stolen Goods ...

Break-In Victims Browse Stolen Goods in Kingwood

There are 1 comment on the The State Journal story from May 24, 2007, titled Break-In Victims Browse Stolen Goods in Kingwood. In it, The State Journal reports that:

“I think [the burglar] would have taken a lot more had the neighbor not come in and kind of scared him away”

An estimated 30 people came to the West Virginia University extension office her Wednesday night to see if any stolen goods police recovered recently were theirs. via The State Journal

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drb

Nacogdoches, TX

#1 Aug 10, 2007
phone tools fishing poles, dewalt cordless (18v) and a briefcase with personal piks (gulf war and family)and soviet binos. If i find the little ****

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