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Report: More than 200 sneakers stolen from Lexington County flea market
Monday, April 1, 2013

LEXINGTON, SC — Someone stole an estimated 275 pairs of sneakers from a booth at the U.S. 1 Flea Market, according to a Lexington County Sheriff’s Department report.

The booth’s owner went to the flea market at 3500 Augusta Road Saturday and noticed the shoes had been stolen, the report states. The booth was locked when its owner arrived, but a hole was found in the tin roof. It appeared that the roof was cut and pried open, but the responding officer couldn’t find any fingerprints due to heavy rain.

The booth’s owner didn’t know the exact number of shoes stolen, which were made by Nike, Adidas and Timberland.

Source: http://www.thestate.com/2013/03/29/2698498/report-more-than-200-sneakers.html

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