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Published: Saturday, March 15, 2014, 1:00 a.m.
Stolen U-Haul

Thanks to those who helped nurse

The news about Ms. Kristen Shaulis having all of her belongings stolen really touched me. Here is a lady moving from the Midwest to Alaska, driving a U-Haul with all her belongings, ready to start a new life, a trailer carrying her car and some bonehead steals the whole works. How utterly despicable! She must be an adventurous lady, very determined to take on such a task with just her dogs for company. I admire her spirit and determination.
Thanks to the person who called 911 to report seeing the truck, and to the Everett and Lynnwood police, and the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office for their recovery of the truck and trailer. I’m so glad this situation turned out well and I wish Ms. Shaulis all the best in her new job.
Joanne Davis

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