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Friday, June 26, 2009

Removal Of Swing Set In Genesee Reported

Coudersport State Police are investigating a reported theft incident where someone removed 4 separate parts to a homemade swing set in the Village of Genesee on Main Street. The incident happened Wednesday afternoon or evening.

The swing set belonging to Julie Morsman of Genesee, was disassembled and lying in the grass along the curb at the Main Street location. The pieces taken were two two wooden A Frames, a 6 foot wooden ladder, and a 10 foot blue plastic wave slide.

The items are valued at $225.00. The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Coudersport State Police at 814-274-8690.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

sounds like someone is landscaping their pool...check around!

Anonymous said...

Normally, when someone places "stuff" along the curb, it is meant for trash pickup. Let's be a bit more charitable about this situation. Isn't it possible that whoever picked it up thought it was placed on the curb for trash pickup, and just took it because they could use it? "Trash picking" is a common practice in many areas. Perhaps if you explain that it really wasn't "trash" and ask the person who picked it up to please return it...no questions asked, maybe you will get your swing set back...I like to think you will. And next time, please, think twice before you "store" your things out on the curb.

Anonymous said...

I tend to agree with the above comment. It is possible someone drove by and thought, gosh why are they throwing that away and took it.

Here in town last year we had a week of "trash pick up".. So we decided to put a few things "by the curb" and in 24 hours most of it was gone. NO it was not picked up by the borough, but by those driving by our home, thinking why are they throwing that away.

We watched them stop, jump out and take off with the goods.

I agree that if charges were promised to be dropped against the person (s) who did this, they might return it.

Now I don't trash pick, but there are those who do and I doubt they thought it was a crime.

I hope the set is returned and peace can be obtained.