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“It’s just kind of disheartening that someone in your neighborhood, someone you’re supposed to know and trust could do something like this during the holiday season,” Farrell tells 13News Now.
Police are asking for citizens to contact Det. Cutrer at 385-2724 to make a police report and to identify the potentially stolen item(s) if they feel as though they have been one of the victims.