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Copper Theft

mi-coppertheft2.jpgA Charlottetown woman faces hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs after thieves broke into her heritage home and stole copper tubing. Sharon Larter enjoys renovating heritage homes. But last week, thieves broke in and ripped out the copper tubing connected to her 134-year-old home's water and oil lines.  Karen dropped by the heritage home to find out more.
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