Tom Speer sat on the couch, slumping in his salmon-colored shirt, and staring at nothing.
He looked shell-shocked, like he couldn't quite take it in, couldn't quite process the tragedy and didn't know what to say.
He said, "I think the thieves take away, and we pay. The police dusted for fingerprints and they got a glove print. How can you prosecute a glove print?"
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