Mayes County Sheriff's Office hoping facebook will be key to catching a thief

After a thief or thieves stole nearly two dozen street signs, deputies are hoping social media can help them catch the culprit.

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Unwashed Mass - 12/18/2013 12:10 AM
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First off, a "420" sign is priceless. Second, if kids want these in their bedroom, why take the poles? Sounds like metal theft. Third, if people drive these roads every day, do they forget to stop at an intersection where they always stop just because the sign is gone? Mayes County...
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