Thieves Make Off with Wire, Metal from WI Printer

RANDOM LAKE, WI—Electrical wire, scrap metal and siphoned gasoline were among the items stolen from Times Printing, according to the Sheboygan Press. The value of the pilfered goods is an estimated $5,000. No arrests have been made in connection with the theft.

The items were first discovered missing on Nov. 12, but the theft was not reported to police until last Tuesday, the paper reported. Between 25 and 30 spools of electrical wire were reported missing, with each spool containing 500 feet of wire. Also missing was 1,000 pounds of scrap metal, and gasoline was drained from a truck in the parking lot.

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