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Stored under In the News on August 30, 2007 at 7:29 AM
Last weekend I had a new experience, my first yard sale. It was a fun time, spent with good friends, meeting a whole lot of wonderful people. A cloud cast a shadow upon us before we started however, created by a thief.

To the person who trespassed on my property Friday while I was at work and stole items from us, you ought to be ashamed of yourself. You are a vile person with no morals, ethics or respect for other people or their property.

Although our prices were more than fair, you would have been surprised by the amount of items we simply gave away to people who might not have had enough money in their pocket or were such incredible people, we just wanted them to have it. Had you asked, those things would have probably been given to you as well. Although I'm sure money wasn't your issue, since my neighbor saw the car you were driving.

Instead you will live in shame over such trivial things. You are nothing more than a criminal, having committed trespassing, larceny and burglary. Was it worth it? Do you feel good about yourself?

To all the other kind people who came by, thank you. It was a pleasure meeting and visiting with you. And for those who plan to have a yard sale of your own, beware of putting your things out early; there is a thief among us.

Brenda Ingram

Churchill County

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