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Police: Christmas cards stolen from mailboxes
Police are warning homeowners to keep their mailboxes cleaned out after Christmas cards and other mail were swiped from several boxes over the weekend and then dumped along the road.
Police don't know exactly how many pieces of mail were taken, but Turner said it appears someone likely targeted the mailboxes while walking from Fremont Road toward Main Street sometime Saturday night or early Sunday morning.
Police were notified of the mail theft by a resident of Railroad Avenue who found mail in her newspaper delivery box that belonged to a neighbor down the road.
The opened mail included Christmas cards.
Turner said all of the mail was collected and returned to the owners, several of whom were not aware that their mail had been stolen.
This is also a time of year when police tend to see more people looking in vehicles to steal presents or breaking into homes, he said.
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