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Information needed: KY 704 burglary Wed 17 May 2017

Crime committed in five hour period today
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By Richard Phelps

The home of Ben & Elizabeth Ballour at 1784 Fairplay Road was burglarized between 7:30amCT and 12:30pmCT on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Taken in the burglary were jewelry, rings, bracelets, necklaces, a diamond ring, a walnut jewelry box, and coins.

Information is needed from anyone who may have passed the residence and saw a vehicle entering or leaving or anyone around the home between those hours.

Please contact the Adair County Sheriff's Office, Deputy Aaron Rainwater, or any member of the Ben & Elizabeth Phelps Ballou family with information. Phones: 270-384-2776, 270-384-3978, 270-378-1944, 270-384-5291, or 270-384-6501.



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