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    Post  ivyivy on Mon May 03, 2010 8:13 am

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    The KPD is attempting to solicit help from the public to put the final pieces of the puzzle together, including a segment on Washington's MostbuyBoston Legal DVD Wanted, which aired Friday. To give information on this crime please call the Kirkland Police Department tipCheap Boston Legal DVD line at 425-587-3515 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

    "My belief of the person being caught isOne Tree Hill dvd nearing 100 percent since the airing on Washington'sdvd one tree hill Most Wanted and the Seattle PI article," said Schuoler's mother Lani Faye, via e-mail. "The tip line, in my opinion, enables a person who has knowledge of the crime to be ableone tree hill box set to come forward with One Tree Hill dvdthe information they have without the threat of repercussions."

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