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Thursday, March 05, 2015 RSS
WILSON, N.C. -- Detectives suspect the $4.8 million gold heist Sunday on Interstate 95 may be an "inside job,” they said in a search warrant. But Wilson County Sheriff Calvin Woodard was reluctant to officially label the robbery suspicious. He said the victims were cooperative and free to leave Wilson County at this time. ...
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