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Humane Society Reports Break-In At Thrift Store

December 23, 2013

At some point between the close of business on Friday and the open of business on Saturday the Chautauqua County Humane Society's Second Chances Thrift Store location on Fairmount Avenue had a......

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Bustiparty

Dec-23-13 6:35 PM

Why were the days receipts not kept in a safe? Sounds like someone knew where the cash was kept??? The manager had better change the way money is handled. A bank run should be made during the day and the remaining money should be secured at night.

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mrinbetween

Dec-23-13 4:04 PM

Too late P-J, was on Facebook early this A.M.

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marchhare

Dec-23-13 3:52 PM

Just when I thought people couldn't go any lower.

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instigator

Dec-23-13 3:46 PM

inhumane

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pedrov

Dec-23-13 1:55 PM

release the hounds!

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Howard

Dec-23-13 1:07 PM

Dirt Bags!! Catch Them!!!

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