A good cry can help, but it’s no police complaint

A good cry can help, but it’s no police complaint

Sometimes it all gets a little too much. This was the case for a Kratie town woman who discovered $200 missing from her moto yesterday morning.

Police opened the station to find the woman sobbing uncontrollably. Asked what the problem was, she said she’d left the cash in her bike and nipped into a shop, finding it gone on her return.

Unsure what to do, she drove to the nearest police station to have a cry. Police suggested she file a complaint. Deum Ampil

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