Richmond County sheriff’s deputies are searching for the person who stole a television from a booth at the Arts in the Heart festival.
According to an incident, the 42-inch flatscreen was stolen Friday night from Turkey’s food booth at Augusta Common.
that someone in Augusta would steal an unguarded 42-inch flatscreen TV that wasn't set in concrete and protected by bullet-proof Lucite. Just shocked.
I'll be far more shocked if it ever turns up again.
Vendor should have taken it home at night. Fiat_Lux nails it.
And it wasn't even First Friday? We just need more LOVE. The TV probably represented some long repressed anger against disenfranchisement. Love and understanding will bring back the TV. Anyone look in that particular restaurant in Martinez?
This couldn't happen in downtown....
...........someone did not read the fine print in their application; ".....do not leave 42" flat screen TV's unattended overnight, downtown Augusta air makes them grow legs......"
And why would someone even have a 42" T.V. at an arts festival? I'll answer this one other self, football, football and more football!
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