Shoe Despair

Written by Jerry Danzig on . Posted in Crime Watch Our Town.

Thieves broke into and robbed a shoe repair store on Second Avenue. At 8:30 PM on Sunday, Aug. 4, a 68-year-old male employee locked the store’s door and metal security gate. When he returned to open the shop the following morning at 7:30 AM, he noticed that the security gate was broken, it had been forced open, and property inside the store was missing. Security cameras were on duty in front of the store, but not inside. Police searched the neighborhood but did not find the thief. Items stolen were a cash register valued at $100, a credit card reader worth $80, and $70 in cash.

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