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Authorities Ask for Help Identifying Suspect from Surveillance Video
(Pasadena, CA) Goldstar, the Internet company that gets people out more often, announced today that its prized Goldstar National Nutcracker Award statue, “The Nutty,” has been stolen from the company’s headquarters in Pasadena, CA.
A lone thief is thought to have broken into the offices on December 9th, 2009, and overtaken two highly-trained security professionals who were unharmed in the incident.
Reached for comment at his vacation home in Whoville, Goldstar CEO Jim McCarthy said the perpetrator was “a mean one.” He went on to describe the thief as, “a heel - as cuddly as a cactus - as charming as an eel.”
Authorities have asked the public to help identify the suspect captured on Goldstar security surveillance video.
Authorities also ask that the public be on the lookout for “The Nutty” as well. The statue measures two feet tall. The Goldstar National Nutcracker Award annually honors the best loved Nutcracker production throughout the land as voted by Goldstar members.
In what can be described as a message intended solely for the thief, Mr. McCarthy continued, “The three words that best describe you are: Stink. Stank. Stunk."
Authorities warn the public to use caution – the suspect is considered hairy-armed.