1934: Thieves Rob Co-Op Company

Burglars broke into the Farmers Co-operative company elevator office and didn’t try to open the safe. Instead, they stole a check writer, portable typewriter, seven dozen pencils, two boxes of cigars, a flashlight, stamped envelopes and postal cards.

This is not an impressive haul.

Also, you’d think the Co-op would get some additional security after being broken into three times, or at least stop keeping cigars in the office.

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