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A thief broke into a construction worker’s van on Union Street on March 5, taking tools and lots of cash.

The victim told cops that he had parked the truck between Court and Smith streets at around 11:30 am, but when he returned to the vehicle at 3 pm, he discovered that a door had been breached, allowing the thief access to a trunk-release latch that revealed the true booty: flooring tools, sanders, nail guns, a mitre saw and $3,500.

Where: 314 Union St.
Updated Mar. 9, 2010
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