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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Vandals Arrested for Thefts at Wauseon's Union Cemetery - Wauseon, Fulton County, Ohio

Click on title to link to a story from the website of "Toledonewsnow.com" and TV station WTOL 11 in Toledo, by Bridget Kennedy and Megan Sanctorum which was posted on August 20, 2012.  

It tells of the arrest of two men who stole flag holders and medallions at Wauseon's Union Cemetery.  Estimates to replace the stolen property currently stand at $2,500.00.  The investigation is ongoing and more people could also be charged according to the investigation.  

There is also an accompanying video to watch with this story.

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