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Herndon Officers Return Two Stolen Sandy Hook Signs

Herndon Officers Return Two Stolen Sandy Hook Signs

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Two stolen Sandy Hook memorial signs are back where they belong. Andrew Truelove of Herndon was arrested for stealing them from playgrounds that honor two victims of the December 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Police say Truelove admitted to stealing them because he doesn’t believe the shooting happened. Two Herndon police officers drove to Connecticut on Wednesday to return the signs. They will be given to the families of Grace McDonnell and Chase Kowalski, who were first-graders that were shot to death.

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