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Kennebec Journal, Augusta, ME, 1/2/95

Monday, May 1, 1995

When a muddy man in camouflage clothes wandered up his driveway and asked for a ride, Waterboro, Maine, resident Ray Dion was suspicious, since his house had just been burglarized. His suspicions were confirmed when he spotted one of his tools in the break-in artist's pocket. He held the would-be hitchhiker at gunpoint for state troopers.

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