Inquiring minds want to know...

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1. A witness

2. License plate number

3. IN BROAD DAYLIGHT

4. And get this one...we gave the Priest River Police Department the name of the thief.

Now, hereís the question...where are my wheels, and why isnít the person in jail or being prosecuted? Itís a misdemeanor, itís up to the prosecuting attorney if he moves forward with the crime Iím told. So if you want to steal make sure itís under $500 and youíll be left alone.

Now, drive up to the mayors, or the chief of police and see what they have to steal in THEIR FRONT YARDS. Ours is clean-they stole it all!

Sam Wylie

Priest River

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