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Monday, January 9, 2012

$200. Stolen From Purse Left In Car

An unknown actor removed $200. in cash from an Emporium woman's purse on Saturday between 1:00 am and 4:45 AM while it was parked at a residence along SR 155 in Shippen Township, Cameron County.

State Police TFC Harmon listed the victim as Becky Stanton.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

... woman's purse on Saturday between 1:00 am and 4:45 AM while it was parked ...


hehehe hahaha

What happened was not funny, but how it was presented is.

J. P. Dildine said...

Not that it makes it right or anything, but why in the heck was the womans purse left in the car overnight.......sounds stupid to me.

Anonymous said...

it's our right to leave our personal belongings in a unlocked vehicle however it be... but common sense says not to... Bad luck. sorry.
I'm sure her head isn't in the right.... right now... It will get better as time goes on. Sorry for your loss Becky..

Anonymous said...

Thanks guys...blame the victum and not the criminal.

I Typed It So You Can Read It said...

It might be your right to leave stuff in an unlocked car, house or whatever, but explain that to an insurance company.