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Man admits theft on stolen video camera

A La Crosse man recorded himself taunting police and admitting that he stole the video camera. Now he’s in jail, and the video is on YouTube.
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The La Crosse Tribune tells the tale of a 20-year-old theft suspect who has not yet mastered the finer points of how to boost stuff from cars.

The accused thief identifies himself by name in the video and says, “This is my house, yes, and a stolen camera that I stole. But it’s OK, the cops won’t figure it out.”

They did.

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