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Byron Shire
April 13, 2021

Pot plant thief in Ocean Shores

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To the residents in the vicinity of Mundurra Avenue and Balemo Drive, Ocean Shores, be aware we have a thief in our midst. On New Year’s Eve a pot plant was stolen from my front yard.

Anyone having knowledge of the person who did this please read this letter to them as they are probably not intelligent enough to read it for themselves.

If they return the pot plant they can reclaim their empty Jack Daniel’s can.

T. Carlson, Ocean Shores


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