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Tuesday, December 26, 2006

New Trend in Thieving: Cheese Sandwiches

Posted By on Tue, Dec 26, 2006 at 3:19 PM

On November 28, C-Notes reported a rash of cold cut robberies stretching from the West Side to Akron. According to a story in The East Liverpool Review, this recent trend in thieving has stretched as far south as Wellsville, a small Appalaichan village next door to Salineville, where To Rob a Predator took place. It appears that, aside from robbing pedophiles, Southeast Ohioans are also fans of stealing sandwiches. On December 16, a burglar broke into the home of David Palmer. Aside from lifting a watch and 35mm camera, the robber also stopped to make himself a cheese sandwich. -- Denise Grollmus

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