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Patty Bunch: Thieves are on every road, it seems

Robbers hit another Adair County, KY, home while owners at auction
Comments re article 58780 Warning to the residents of Bull Run Road area

By Patty Bunch

Thieves are on every road, it seems. My husband and I had gone to an auction a few months back and while we were out someone came into our home by picking a lock on one of our doors and stole my husband's wedding band and a jar full of pennies from his dresser in the basement.

Since that time we are finding other things missing like my jewelry, my granddaughter's jewelry she had put away she didn't wear regularly, and just last week when we needed our GPS we discovered it was gone as well.

I count us blessed that our house wasn't ripped apart in the thieves searching but when someone takes things that are precious to me as well as needed, it is heart breaking.

I wonder if your guy in the black truck was the same guy who lifted my stuff. I guess I'll never know. --Patty Bunch

This story was posted on 2013-04-10 06:17:48
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