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Thief steals money from pumpkin box

When Keith Coalter and his family had a good crop of pumpkins this year, they decided to do something nice for people this Halloween—they set a trailer of pumpkins at the corner of 457 N. Main and 18 Mile, with a can for people to drop cash into when they picked out a pumpkin.

“We had them at half price of what you would get them for in the store,” explained Keith.

He said they had no problems for about a month and a half. And then, this week, someone stole the money from the can. He’s now moved the trailer back to his home in Nelson Township. Keith sent us a message he would like to get out to the person who stole the money.

Attention Pumpkin money box thief:

My family provided pumpkins for sale at 457 N. Main St., at a very low price to help ease the cost of Halloween during the poor economic times. We would like to thank all of our customers for their honesty and purchases. Our money box was stolen on Monday, 10/15/12, from the trailer with pumpkins. I know who you are. The video camera recorded it all. So I would like to give you the opportunity to make things right, or I will have to expose you to the public. I’m sure your family and friends will be proud to see what a destructive thief you are! So here`s your chance to settle up. Give me a call at 616-520-7076.

Sincerely, Keith L. Coalter

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