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Stolen wreaths 'ring' in the holidays

In a story that has a little bit of everything, a New Hampshire court bailiff was caught up in a crime "ring" -- if you'll excuse the pun -- after it was found that the wreaths he was selling in a courthouse lobby were stolen.

But that's not all:

[Sheriff James] Hardy said a woman in her 70s came to the courthouse last week with the wreaths and asked a bailiff she knew if they could be sold in the courthouse. She said she made the wreaths at home, according to Hardy.
The wreaths -- still bearing price tags from Jacques Flower Shop of Goffstown -- were sold out of the lobby for $10 each and were purchased by workers in the courthouse. Seven courthouse employees bought the wreaths.

You can read the full story on the Union Leader's web site.

By Washington Post Editors  |  December 14, 2009; 8:25 AM ET
Categories:  Around the Nation , Offbeat  
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