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Letter: Please return my license plate

I guess that’s what I get for bragging that I lived in a place where people didn’t take things that didn’t belong to them. Can’t say that anymore.

Will the person who stole the license plate off my pickup (ZG-86) please return it? While it may look great in your collection, it belongs on my truck, and I need it. I can’t afford to buy new plates due to your thoughtlessness.

Pam Hope



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