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Thieves target electronic gadgets in Clay County

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Updated: 4/23/2013 6:49 pm
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- Deputies are on the hunt for two brazen thieves who have stolen everything from credit cards, to iPads, and phones in both Clay and Duval Counties.

Police report first being contacted by victims in the case in mid-March and have been on the search for the duo ever since.

Deputies estimate the thieves have been able to get away with a least $2000.00 worth of products.

The Wal-Mart along County Road 220 has been hit numerous times where the duo has taken pre-paid T-Mobile telephones and iPads.

If you can help authorities with identification of the suspect, give Clay County Deputies a call at 904-264-6512.

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iMan9796 - 10/4/2013 2:09 PM
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This same disgusting thievery is commonplace at the Port Authority Bus Terminal's Lost & Found Dept. in NYC by PABT Supervisors. Google  “Donna Lebourne abc news" & see the vile face of shame being confronted & exposed. Port Authority Supervisor Donna Lebourne has an outside job, she is the Vice President of her & her husband’s charity Caribbean Sports International that donates cellphones & other electronics.  If you lost an item at the Port Authority Bus Terminal and did not get it back, contact her charity, perhaps she may donate your item back to you out of the kindness of her evil heart. It's very easy to be charitable when you are giving away other peoples' property. The Port Authority allows these crimes by their supervisors & their enablers to go unpunished. The Port Authority also has an illegal policy of throwing lost valid passports found at the PABT in the garbage, for anyone to find & use for their own nefarious purposes. This illegal policy is criminally insane in this age of global terrorism and rampant identity theft. Google “found, stolen, trashed by PA”  No one should be above the law no matter who they work for.
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