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Green County Sheriff Robbie Beard warns of thefts

By Larry Smith, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM

Green County Sheriff Robbie Beard is urging eveyone to keep a close eye on personal property as threfts are being investigated in regards to personal property stolen in the Summersville, Coakley Road, and Marshall Ridge Road ares of Green County.

Deputy Brian Matney is investigating the thefts. Sheriff Beard says the thefts are going on all over the area, not just Green County. He urges everyone to remove valuables from vehicles and to make sure any left in a vehicle is locked away and out of sight. The writer, Larry Smith is Operations manager for Shoreline Communications

This story was posted on 2014-06-11 14:13:38
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