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Binghamton Woman Accsued of Snowblower Theft

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A Binghamton woman is accused of stealing a snow blower from a Town of Union business.

Broome County Sheriff’s Officials say they were informed that two people were pushing a snow blower behind a building off of Main Street in Westover.  Deputy Jan Cower has reported that he found the two people and the snowblower which still had store tags attached to it.

35-year-old Summer Reynolds is accused of stealing the machine earlier in the evening and attempting to return it a short time later for a cash refund.  The store refused to accept the snow blower because Reynolds did not have a receipt.

Authorities say the woman had a friend helping her.

Reynolds is charged with possession of stolen property.  Her friend was not charged.

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