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Posted at 6:52 AM ET, 01/11/2011

Farmers leave suspect tied up, without pants

By Washington Post Editors

Don't try to steal fuel from Canadian farmers -- at least, if this report is any indication of the treatment you'll receive:

Two central Alberta farmers served up some cold hard justice to an alleged fuel thief on their property, leaving him tied up and pantless in the snow until Mounties arrived.
Having fallen victim to a thief at their ranch near Trochu, east of Olds, Alta., a handful of times, Tim Lynch and his son Kris sprang into action Wednesday morning when they were alerted to a truck on the property with similar tire tracks they have seen before.

Read the full story on the Toronto Sun web site.

By Washington Post Editors  | January 11, 2011; 6:52 AM ET
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