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TVs reported stolen

Wide-screen televisions were probably a hot gift item this Christmas season, but at least two may have been a little hotter than they should have been.
Capt. B. G. Wade with Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office said the department is investigating the theft of two 42-inch LCD flat-screen TVs from the Bojangles restaurant off Route 100 near Newbern.
The theft was discovered by a deputy patrolling the area around 11:23 p.m. Dec. 3. Wade said the officer found glass broken out of two doors.
Wade said he believes the restaurant closes around nine to 10 p.m.
No arrests have been made, but Wade said the department is continuing to investigate the theft and follow up on leads.
Anyone having information on the case is urged to call the local crime line at 980-7810.

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TVs reported stolen

Wide-screen televisions were probably a hot gift item this Christmas season, but at least two may have been a little hotter than they should have been.
Capt. B. G. Wade with Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office said the department is investigating the theft of two 42-inch LCD flat-screen TVs from the Bojangles restaurant off Route 100 near Newbern.
The theft was discovered by a deputy patrolling the area around 11:23 p.m. Dec. 3. Wade said the officer found glass broken out of two doors.
Wade said he believes the restaurant closes around nine to 10 p.m.
No arrests have been made, but Wade said the department is continuing to investigate the theft and follow up on leads.
Anyone having information on the case is urged to call the local crime line at 980-7810.

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