A York County man returned home on Thursday night to an odd set of events. According to a report from the York County Sheriff’s office, the man stated seven of his coats and three of his frozen dinners from his freezer had been stolen.
However, the homeowner and the authorities were not without any evidence. Apparently, the homeowner found a grocery card with his friend’s name on it stuck in the door frame, according to authorities. Police then contacted the manager of the grocery store who identified the card owner.
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