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To try to help you

June 13, 2012
The Daily News

EDITORThis is in response to Mr. Cliff Wollum's letter. Mr. Wollum, you came to my business for help in finding your bicycle.

I proceeded to look up the name of the individual that brought it in and sold it to try to help you.

From that point, I informed you that you would have to go to the IMPD and report the theft. I am not at liberty to give you the information of who any items are sold to.

That is up to the authorities to investigate and decide.

Contrary to your statement, I am not a "cash and carry" business.

I am required by law to get full ID on everything purchased by me and the names and addresses of anyone who purchases items from me.

I have been in business almost 25 years and I am sure if I did not follow the laws, I would not be allowed to operate.

I would recommend in the future, Mr. Wollum, that you research your statements before you accuse.

I expect an apology. It is not up to me to decide who the police prosecute and who they do not.

Laurie Walstrom

Iron Mountain

Owner

Treasure Shop

Pawnshop Inc.

 
 

 

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