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Candia police seeks public’s help in cemetery theft probe
McGillen said that the 500-pound monument, valued at more than $4,000, might already be on someone’s lawn, installed by an unscrupulous landscaper, and that the homeowner might not even know that it was stolen from a cemetery.
McGillen said police are looking for a white utility truck that was seen exiting the cemetery shortly before the theft was reported.
News of the theft has left a bitter taste for some town officials.
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