Stolen religious artifact

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Stolen religious artifact

Postby Tomahawk Leader » Sat May 03, 2014 9:37 am

Marc Lietha is beside himself. He's asking to "please help us get our religious artifact back (a cross etched in stone) that was taken from the old Sacred Heart Hospital. This was donated to the Tomahawk Historical Society but someone removed (stole) it from the old Hospital grounds before the Society could pick it up. Thank you."

He's offering a $250 reward for the artifact or information leading to the apprehension/arrest of those involved. If it's returned to where it was taken from or to MR Motors there'll be no questions asked and no charges filed. Or help and claim the reward.

You wouldn't believe the theft that's taken place from the old hospital. It's Mr. Lietha's property!!! Or that of the new owners once the deal closes. People are blatantly stealing and telling him to his face that it's abandoned property. It's NOT abandoned property! It's HIS property! It was bad enough before, but now he's heart-broken that a religious artifact (a Templar Cross) was removed. Help him solve this case and give the donation as it was intended to the Tomahawk Historical Society! You can contact him at 715-612-2678.

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Re: Stolen religious artifact

Postby kmartell » Sat May 03, 2014 4:51 pm

I can't believe this is happening in my hometown of Tomahawk !!! Unbelievable !!! If someone honestly thought that it was abandoned property and OK to take please just return it and chalk it up to a stupid mistake. If you knew you were stealing it find a way to get it back to the owners and become a better person for it.

But taking stuff from the old Sacred Heart Hospital...come on !!! Makes me a little ashamed of what's happening here !!!
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