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Christmas trees were bound by wires and security tape outside Community United Methodist Church in Wayland yesterday.

Thieves stole trees, not Christmas, from Scouts

By David Abel
Globe Staff / December 5, 2006

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Bryce Turner, 11, spent the weekend selling Christmas trees as part of the annual effort to raise money for his Boy Scout troop in Wayland. As proud as he was to help raise about $500 selling nearly a dozen Boston firs, he and fellow tenderfeet were galled yesterday to learn that someone had stolen as many as 50 of the ... (Full article: 566 words)

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