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Police: Grass Stolen From Woman's Yard

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When asked if she knew who had stolen the sod, the woman stated it was "someone with small feet" due to the footprints in the dirt. When asked if she knew who had stolen the sod, the woman stated it was "someone with small feet" due to the footprints in the dirt.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -

The City of Spartanburg Police Department released a report stating a woman had grass stolen from her front yard. 

The victim called the department Saturday evening to report that multiple sections of sod were taken from her front lawn. 

She says the sections measured three feet by three feet. She also said it appears the person took the sod by digging it up with a shovel. 

When asked if she knew who had stolen the sod, the woman stated it was "someone with small feet" due to the footprints in the dirt. 

No arrests have been made. 

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