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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Man's Girlfriend Steals His Car, Phone, Cash

Posted By on Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 3:00 PM

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Well, his soon to be ex-girlfriend, we suppose. In the future, his questions on a first date will probably include, "Would you like dessert?", "Where did you grow up?", and "Are you going to steal all my shit?"

Via the Rocky River Sun News police blotters:

GRAND THEFT AUTO, ADDINGTON BOULEVARD: A man may be reconsidering his relationship status after his new girlfriend stole his car, cash and cellular phone. On Aug. 6, he brought the woman to meet his mother at her Addington Boulevard residence. He went upstairs to shower, and when he came back down, he found his new Toyota Corolla, bank card, $40 in cash, cell phone, and his girlfriend gone. She would not pick up any calls. Then next day, she had a change of heart and told him that the car could be found on West 98th Street in Cleveland. It was recovered but the man’s other possessions were not found.

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