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June 25, 2014
SEATTLE (AP) — A massive copper theft from Seattle City Light began with a chance encounter between the thieves and the head of the utility, according to police and utility reports.
The con men told SLC Superintendent Jorge Carrasco that they worked for a nonprofit and needed wire to help Native American children make jewelry, The Seattle Times reported, citing the reports.
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