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Oak Grove swap meet recovers after break-in


Last updated 10/20/2017 at Noon

Sellers are setting up outside under the trees as well as inside the building at the monthly swap meet at the Oak Grove Community Hall, Oct. 14. Diane Sieker photo

After recovering from break-in at the Community Hall in Oak Grove last month, the swap meet took place as usual in the tiny community of about 100 residents just east of Aguanga on state Route 79.

The crime occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, Sept. 9. Thieves allegedly stole food and drinks that were slated for sale at the swap meet later that morning. The hall offers pancakes, eggs, nachos, loaded baked potatoes and hot dogs to people at the swap meet. They also provide canned sodas and bottled water. These supplies were stolen.

The criminals even left the refrigerator door...

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