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MCARTHUR, Ohio - An Vinton County woman is looking to get her belongings back after a bank incorrectly broke into her house and took them. :huh:

Katie Barnett says that the First National Bank in Wellston foreclosed on her house, even though it was not her bank.

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Yet, if a person did this they would be arrested for breaking and entering and robbery.  But because it is a business, no harm, no foul.

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Somewhere, a lawyer is salivating ... :shifty:

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Somewhere, a lawyer is salivating ... :shifty:

I hope she cleans them out. 

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^ I'd claim that my Picasso's were missing. :p

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She called the McArthur Police about the incident, but weeks later, the chief announced the case was closed.

 

What a joke. Clearly a crime has been committed here, I would want the police investigated for corruption. She should get the money for her stuff and more for her trouble.

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^ I was thinking, what about family photos, personal papers, house deed, car title, insurance policies, etc. ?

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^ I'd claim that my Picasso's were missing. :p

Or my life savings hidden in my refrigerator. :D

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