The Buffalo News
The owner of a Seneca Street company returning to work early Wednesday
found that his computer system and accessories had been taken in a
burglary, Buffalo police said.
Left behind was a pair of black thong underwear with an attached note,
whose contents were not disclosed by police.
The owner of Big Bear, in the 700 block of Seneca, told police that a
door had been jimmied open sometime between 7 p.m. Monday and 8:30
a.m. Wednesday and that the stolen computer system and accessories
were valued at $5,000.
Big Bear, an embroidery business, employs about 40 workers, according
to the company's Web site.
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