Thieves steal copper from campus

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August 26, 2007

11:22 AM

Copper thieves took $2,000 worth of copper downspouts from the Dillard Complex and $250 worth of copper from the machine shop in Small Hall July 28 and July 30, respectively, according to the Associated Press.

p. This second set of robberies follows a $7,500 robbery of copper gutters from the Dillard Complex and wiring from a construction site earlier in July.

p. Outside the College, thieves stole downspouts from Seasons restaurant and wiring from some homes under construction in James City County.

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