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February 28, 2021

Thief should take a look in the mirror

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The McElhineys, Possum Shoot Road, Myocum.

To the person who stole our roadside mirror on Christmas day from outside our home on Possum Shoot Rd, while we were there, please do the right thing and return it.

We are shocked that someone could do such a thing.

With no vision around the corner the theft has made it extremely dangerous for us to get in and out of our driveway.

If anyone notices a stainless steel mirror about 80cm across, with no frame and a couple of dents in it appearing on a road somewhere, good chance it belongs to us.


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