Stoves reported stolen in Washington

By Stephanie Grinnell | Feb 04, 2013

Washington — Two stoves were reportedly stolen from a hunting camp in Washington during the weekend, according to Knox County Sheriff's Office.

One stove measures 3-feet by 2-feet, is made of boiler-plate steel and has the initials "JC" welded on the back, Sheriff Donna Dennison said in an email. That stove is homemade, she said.

The other stove is a barrel stove with a flat plate on top, she said.

Deputy John Palmer responded to Washington for the report Feb. 2, at about 5 p.m.

 

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