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Donated Log Splitter Stolen

A Wilkes county charitable organization is without an expensive item recently donated to them, after a thief made off with it recently. Deputies were called to Upland Reach Conference center in Miller's Creek last Saturday, when Tim DeBord realized a Central Hydraulics log splitter that had been donated to the center was missing. It's orange and black, according to the crime report, and has a Briggs and Stratton engine. It's worth about 25-hundred dollars. It was taken sometime last Thursday or Friday. Deputies have entered the serial number into the national crime database, in case it ever turns up.

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