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Supervisor candidate signs stolen

April 26, 2005

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police said 30 campaign signs for a candidate for the Antrim Township Board of Supervisors were stolen last week.

Police said the signs for Curtis W. Myers, 42, of 11743 Melrose Ave., were stolen from various locations between Tuesday, April 19, and Thursday.

Police said the candidate's 2004 Ford F250 pickup truck was also hit by what appeared to be a BB between 5 p.m. Wednesday and 7:30 a.m. Thursday. The projectile was imbedded in the side of the vehicle, police said.

The vehicle was parked at his parents' East Avenue home in State Line, Pa., at the time, Myers said Monday. Myers said police told him it was either a BB or a bullet from a small-caliber firearm that hit the truck.

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Myers said police found five of his signs and three for another supervisor candidate, Sam Miller, in the area of Martin's Mill covered bridge on Sunday.

Myers said the signs cost him $5 apiece.

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