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In hard times, food pantry serving a four-footed need

Detective Meredith Lobur loads her car for deliveries from the pet food pantry at the Southborough Police Department. She got the idea while working for the MSPCA. Detective Meredith Lobur loads her car for deliveries from the pet food pantry at the Southborough Police Department. She got the idea while working for the MSPCA. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
By Chantal Mendes
Globe Correspondent / May 28, 2009

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As a detective, Meredith Lobur spends most of her time investigating cases for the Southborough Police Department. But when she isn't following leads, Lobur is busy delivering bags of canned and dry food to the less fortunate. Pet food, that is. (Full article: 715 words)

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