Well, our chief is not as inept as I thought. If he cut down on the booze he’d actually be a pretty good detective. Time will tell whether or not he decides to go that route.
I’ve been following up on a few theories but right now I need to catch up on a new entry into the strange and unusual category.
Longtime Logansville resident William Newell reported the theft of his marbles. His collection numbered in the thousands and had an estimated worth of $238. The police opted not to follow up on this considering they are investigating a murder. The insurance company refuses to look into claims below $500.
So, Mr. Newell has asked me to reach out to you, my readers of the strange and unusual. He would like his marbles back, and to be honest, I think the sooner the better. With each message, he seems to get more and more lost.
This on the heels of Ms. Simard telling her Gossip Group that even though she can’t prove it, she is absolutely positive that someone broke into her house and ripped off her collection of murders of the 70’s dioramas she made out of used Q-tips.
The thief left no prints or any evidence of how he or she entered the home in both instances. There is no link between the two crimes other than no one knows why someone would steal those particular items.
Lock it up folks, we got a thief who likes to steal odd things.