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Another red kettle theft makes three in less than a week

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Three red kettles have been stolen in the past week Three red kettles have been stolen in the past week
SPOKANE, Wash. - Local law enforcement are now investigating three thefts of Salvation Army red kettles from around the area. 


The first theft happened at the Rosauers on Spokane's south hill on Saturday, November 29, 2014. 


On Tuesday, another kettle was stolen from the Super 1 in Post Falls. Following a police chase, that suspect got away, however Spokane County Sheriff's Deputies later arrested that suspect, identified as Ezariah Lingafelter, in Spokane early Wednesday morning.


A third kettle was stolen on Tuesday night just before closing time at the Wandermere Fred Meyer. 


Police are investigating the possible connection into all three thefts. At this time it is unclear how much money has been stolen. 

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