January 03, 1924

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News from January 3, 1924

News from January 3, 1924 (Buffalo Express, via Newspapers.com™)

Pickpockets Rob a Man on a Crowded Streetcar

On January 03, 1924, an incident was reported in Buffalo, New York, where Thomas Stergios, a resident of No. 794 Tonawanda street, was victimized while riding in a Riverside streetcar. Stergios was relieved of his billfold, which held $64.

He had boarded the streetcar at Court street and was standing near the front entrance, amongst a crowd of people. During this event, his wallet was stolen.

Stergios reported the incident to the police, implicating two unidentified youths as the potential perpetrators.

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