Eugene Police Department reports that it received an online report where the rear window of an SUV was completely shattered and the thief took all valuables including two cases of 30-roll toilet paper and some valuable business and personal items. Eugene police say anytime vehicles are left for extended periods of time, thieves see it as an opportunity. Locking a car is not enough. In order to deter criminals from breaking in, it’s important to not leave anything inside the vehicle or keep items out of sight. steal toilet paper

I get that, but who would think one would have to hide the toilet paper from a kleptomaniac? It’s insane! Pot is legal for recreational use in Oregon, perhaps someone’s smoking a bit too much.

“Theft from a vehicle is one of the most common crimes in our area,” the Eugene PD noted in its Facebook post about the early-morning TP theft. Are police blaming the victim? This is a serious crime. The caper of the kleptomaniac copping the car’s Cottonelle cases. And because of the caper of the kleptomaniac copping the Cottonelle cases one consumer won’t be able to clean the crap from his crack. Perhaps the Eugene PD can see if retired Colorado cop Kenda can catch the kleptomaniac copping the car’s Cottonelle cases.

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Folks this toilet paper craze is getting sick. It’s not like CoronaVirus causes diarrhea it’s a respiratory illness.  What are people like the Oregon crook doing? Eating toilet paper with some fava beans and a nice chianti? What a Crock.

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Eugene Police Department reports that it received an online report where the rear window of an SUV was completely shattered and the thief took all valuables including two cases of 30-roll toilet paper and some valuable business and personal items. Eugene police say anytime vehicles are left for extended periods of time, thieves see it as an opportunity. Locking a car is not enough. In order to deter criminals from breaking in, it’s important to not leave anything inside the vehicle or keep items out of sight.

 

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