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A House of Not Many Doors

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San Xavier Beat

May 16, 11:09 a.m.

Someone stealthy stole almost every single door from a home under construction without leaving a trace, a PCSD report stated.

The superintendent at the home's construction site told deputies that "90 percent" of the doors inside one of the houses being built had mysteriously disappeared over that weekend.

There were 12 high-quality, six-panel doors missing, worth at least $1,000 total (not to mention the cost of having them re-hung). But at the time of the report, deputies had absolutely no clues regarding a thief... other than the fact that perhaps he or she was in the construction or home-repair business and must have had a pretty big truck—along with some strong human helpers—to transport so many doors.

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