Stolen Antiques (30)
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Mahogany wood. Three drawers on the left. One door with glass window on the right. Small in size
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Gift many many years ago
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Antique baby knife and spoon engraved “Arthur.”
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Antique coin silver christening mug engraved “Arthur B Leach/October 8th, 1863”
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6 Railroad passes from the 1800’s from various Colorado railroads with the name Willard Barnes Felton on them.
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theft only stole vintage items from a residential home, so they clearly know what is vintage and valuable.
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a thief entered the home and only stole valuable collectables. they left other items that were not vintage (i.e. microwave etc)
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A squat, wooden, string bound porch chair. 3′ tall in total with roughly 6″-8″ legs.
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Stolen from a Love’s Travel Center in Pritchard, Alabama.
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