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It's all about tough police work

Times are tough all over.
In fact, they are so tough that criminals are ratting themselves out, if the money is right.
According to the Associated Press, “a western Pennsylvania jewelry store owner says a man charged with burglarizing the shop called and offered to help solve the case after the owner offered a reward.
“Police have since charged 28-year-old Emile Pratt Jr. with burglarizing Mark Multari’s Gold Mind Jewelers in Sharon, about 60 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.”
Apparently, Pratt heard that there was a reward and he just couldn’t turn down the chance to make some money ...


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