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I despise a thief.  The bible ranks stealing as a Thou Shalt Not. Period. As the victim of thievery, I relate to how it feels to be violated. My car was stolen from my parking space. The thief was not caught and my car was never recovered. I loved that car. Kim Smith Osborne shared a surveillance video of a thief targeting a jeep in the middle of the night in the Remington subdivision. Video has been turned over to law enforcement.



Christina Fanning said, “I hate a thief”.

Denise Rager said “so infuriating, get a job.”

Jennifer Beatty...”sorry this happened. It happened to us once a week when I lived in South ridge.”

Jim Osborne believes he was looking for a firearm. Police report many times cars are broken into and firearms are targeted.

Remember to always lock and secure your car. Do not leave firearms inside your vehicle.

 

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