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Money, bread stolen from Augusta woman's car

Monday, Sept. 24, 2012 12:09 PM
Last updated 7:04 PM
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An Augusta woman alerted deputies Sunday after discovering that $1,700 and 24 loaves of bread had been removed from her unlocked vehicle.

According to a police report, the 44-year-old woman, an employee at Three Tiers Food Service, realized hours after parking her vehicle in her driveway on Richmond Hill Road that she had failed to lock the doors. After inspecting the vehicle, she found that the bread and money were missing. A suitcase, where the money had been hidden, was left in her trunk.

Police estimate the theft occurred between 10 p.m. Saturday and 4:30 a.m. Sunday.

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shrimp for breakfast
shrimp for breakfast 09/25/12 - 10:46 am

I'm sorry this person lost so much but the headline was amusing.
Bread and Money Stolen. Now if they had stolen some cabbage or lettuce too.
Who steals bread? 24 loaves?
This is one weird story.

OpenCurtain 09/25/12 - 01:44 pm

the Rest of the Story, as Paul Harvey use to say.

Richmond Hill Rd., must be a a lot safer than we hear in the papers.
In order for her to feel it was safe to leave $1700 in cash in her car overnight.

Yeah, uhu do you know what I mean.

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