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Police Looking Into Wire Thefts

Unknown Culprit Is Cutting, Stealing JFD Box Alarm Wire

December 27, 2013

Someone with a desperate need for a lot of wire is causing a minor headache for city public safety crews....

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Dec-27-13 11:26 PM

Even with a missing section of wire, the other boxes on the circuit should continue to work. This is a sad pathetic action however because had there been a fire at one of the properties on the circuit, the fire department might not have known. That includes apartment buildings, the Sheldon house on Falconer St. Perhaps the least occupied circuit Jamestown Has. Luckily, nothing happened. Remember, if you can tell me when a fire will happen, I can schedule a crew of firefighters to get there to extinguish it! (If you can't, we will just have to be on call 24/7!)

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Dec-27-13 5:13 PM

When caught I suggest wrapping them with the wire they stole and connecting to a high voltage circuit and turning on the juice.

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Dec-27-13 4:53 PM

the bucket truck involved will be featured at Stateline Speedway this spring, wire to wire finish!

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Dec-27-13 4:48 PM

Not many scrappers can afford a bucket truck!I think they are looking at the wrong pole! The police better be looking to Weitsmans and Goodmans cause there is no other local outlet!

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Dec-27-13 3:59 PM

It triggered an alarm but the bucket truck got away... Fast bucket truck or slow police?

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