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GREENCASTLE, Ind. — A consonant-loving thief has police and business owners baffled after dozens of Rs were stolen from signs around the community.
A consonant-loving thief has police and business owners in Greencastle baffled after dozens of letter Rs were stolen from signs. The weekend caper targeted gas stations, restaurants, repair shops and medical offices in the small city about 40 miles west of Indianapolis, as well as the National Guard post.
We’ve lost our Rs. And we want them back,” said Randall Jones, president of Headley Hardware.
The weekend caper targeted gas stations, restaurants, repair shops and medical offices in the city of 10,000 people about 40 miles west of Indianapolis.
The thief also nabbed half a dozen letters from a lighted marquee in front of a National Guard post.
GREENCASTLE, Ind. -- The Rs are back.
Dozens of letter Rs swiped last weekend from several businesses' signs were returned in an R-filled box left outside the Greencastle Police Department.
An officer found the box Thursday on the department's front step, said Police Chief Tom Sutherland.