Vail, Jay
December 2009
Boise Weekly;12/2/2009, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p12
The article reports on a theft incident that happened in Boise, Idaho. It mentions that the victim saw two men removing her purse from the passenger seat of her car and after getting what they wanted, they droves away in another vehicle. It affirms that she made a call to police officers and gave them a detailed description of the suspects, who in turn brought down the culprits after chasing them down. It relates that the thieves were given two felony charges.


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