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Thieves steal liquor from Bohemian Beer Hall, police say


Sept. 6, 2014 Staff Report

The police are searching for two men who stole top-shelf liquor from the Bohemian Hall Beer Gardens on Tuesday.

The police said that two men climbed the the fence behind the 26-19 24th Avenue beer garden at about 2:30 am and then went inside. A third man acted as a lookout.

The men then removed bottles of vodka, tequila, bourbon, scotch, rum and gin. All three then fled.

Anyone with information on the case is asked to call 800-577-TIPS

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