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News - March 7, 2008

Theater-burglary trail leads to U-Haul vans

Despite link, U-Haul officials have no record or recollection of contact with police

by Becky Trout

In two incidents last summer, traveler's checks stolen from the Palo Alto Children's Theatre were discovered in connection with one or more U-Haul trucks rented from an East Palo Alto market.

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Staff Writer Becky Trout can be e-mailed at btrout@paweekly.com. Additional reporting by Staff Writer Sue Dremann and Editor Jay Thorwaldson.

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