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Property worth $4,000 stolen from a store

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A thief broke into Hartley's Uniform Shop and stole nearly $4,000 worth of merchandise Wednesday night, according to a report from the Richmond County Sheriff's Office.

Donald Shapiro told officers that when he arrived at his shop at 1010 Druid Park Ave. at 9:15 a.m. Thursday, he found the front door had been pried open and a storage room door had been kicked in.

Shapiro said he was missing $3,000 worth of collectible rare coins, 10 pairs of Dansco Shoes valued at $600, 10 pairs of Nurse Mate Shoes valued at $350, and five Nurse Mate watches valued at $34.95, according to the report.

Deputies found a crow bar on the floor of the shop's office, but it was determined to be too rusted to be used for fingerprints, according to the report.

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wondersnevercease 06/17/11 - 05:54 am
not "cool"

not "cool"

stillamazed 06/17/11 - 07:07 am
They will be sold on the

They will be sold on the street soon, any honest person who is approched by someone trying to sell thse items should cann law enforcement and report it. the store must not have has an alarm, if it didn't they certainly need one.

Brad Owens
Brad Owens 06/17/11 - 07:48 am
WNC, For sure this is


For sure this is "un-cool"


momma mia
momma mia 06/17/11 - 08:12 am
No, that is not cool at all.

No, that is not cool at all. However, why on earth were there $3,000 worth of collectible coins in the store? That just seems weird to me.

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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 06/17/11 - 01:56 pm
We should be able to store

We should be able to store our valubles under lock and key. Nowadays even those who do spend a fortune on an alarm find the theives have come and gone before anyone can respond.

"(a) A person is justified in threatening or using force against another when and to the extent that he reasonably believes that such threat or force is necessary to prevent or terminate such other's trespass on or other tortious or criminal interference with real property other than a habitation or personal property:"

I'm not a lawyer so any Legal Eagles out there that want to comment would be appreciated, but this reads like you can defend your stuff with something like a pellet or BB gun.

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