Anti-crime materials stolen from car

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PALM BAY, Fla., June 6 (UPI) -- A Florida anti-crime program said a black carry-on luggage bag containing $700 worth of presentation materials was stolen from a worker's car.

Larry Lawton, founder of the anti-crime group Reality Check, said an unidentified thief took the bag, containing a $600 projector and $100 speakers, from the car of program assistant Erica Clydesdale while it was parked overnight Saturday at her Palm Bay home, Florida Today reported Monday.


Lawton said the bag also contained other materials for the program's classes.

"What was in that package is articles about people in prison. It's letters from people that are in prison," Lawton said. "It's letters from people who have gotten killed in prison."

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