Do the right thing |

Do the right thing

Dear Editor:

My blue Subaru Outback was parked in the Explore Booksellers parking area, with a couple of bikes on top, Friday, Aug. 8. You were parked next to me, in a large white SUV. Imagine my dismay when I came out to find my car damaged and no note of explanation or contact information.

You probably didn’t realize that you swiped my car as you left, scraping off a fair amount of my paint and leaving white streaks from your car behind. Now that you know, surely you will be responsible and contact me in order to make things right. Accidents happen and can be corrected, but damaging someone’s property and not being responsible for it is a crime.

Please contact me at Thanks in advance for doing the right thing.

Denise Handrich


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