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Hundreds of vegetables planted by youth stolen

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Carrots, peppers, and zucchinis stolen from Urban Garden (Photo Credit:

"It really looks like this was a theft motivated by hunger," says Amanda Tisseur.  "All of the vegetables that were taken were very carefully harvested off of the plants," says the deputy director at Exploration Place Museum in Prince George, B.C.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with Tisseur for more.

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