Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Sword mystery

LAMBERTVILLE, NJ -- The owner of Heath's Exxon gasoline station found that a Jeep he owns was broken into while parked at his station, at Main and Bridge streets.

But it was not something stolen but what was left behind that caught Robert Heath's eye Saturday morning. When he looked in his vehicle after noticing the hard top had been moved, he saw two swords had been pushed clear through the driver's seat.

The swords were still lodged in the seat when Patrolman Michael Miloszar responded to take the report.

The investigation into the impaling damage was ongoing yesterday, police said.

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