Lebanon Reporter

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October 2, 2013

Police hope video leads to suspects in Colts memorabilia theft

Police believe a convenience store surveillance video may be the break they need to solve the theft of Colts memorabilia, including a Super Bowl ring valued between $10,000 and $12,000, from a rural Boone County home. The ring was one of dozens of items of Colts-related items taken from the home of Troy Glendenning on April 18 and April 20, said Boone County Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Pell. Glendenning has been employed by the Colts for more than 20 years, Pell said. For more of the story, see Wednesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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