June 20, 2018
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Comments for: Portland police seeking public’s help in identifying potential suspects in string of copper thefts

PORTLAND, Maine — Portland police are distributing images of men they believe stole more than $60,000 worth of copper from Central Maine Power Co. facilities in the city. Over the past three months, CMP has reported several copper thefts from the electric company’s Portland locations, according… Read More
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  • Anonymous

    $ 60,000 will buy lots of snarling German Sheppards.
      The new hires dont mind working nights or holidays.
    Cold weather doesnt bother them much.
    Cheap to feed and house.
    And dont get “bad backs”.
      Just a thought.

  • Guest

    The scrap yards had to know something was wrong when they brought in some of that brand new wire.

    • Anonymous

      Many years ago, I lived in San Jose Ca. There were 3 scrap yards. All required to show your drivers licence and recorded what you brought in to recycle. If it seemed unusual, the police were contactd. Would this be an unreasonable step to take to slow this down?

  • Smart looking fella he should get a bib.

  • Anonymous

    Hey, Bubba!

  • Anonymous

    OMG – LePage!

  • Anonymous

    ROMNEY / RYAN   2012  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Son Of Binky


  • Anonymous

    Food stains on his chest?   Haha.

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