Coffee stand owner returns to find stolen dart board
By KEPRTV.com Staff
RICHLAND, Wash. -- The owners of The Coffee Bean on Stevens Drive had their stolen dart board returned with an apology note. The dart board was taken off the wall early Saturday morning. The crime was caught on tape and the video was widely shared on social media. The images of the suspect were very clear. Owner Don Ray returned Tuesday morning to find the dart board had been returned, along with a handwritten apology that said, "Sorry for taking board. I was drunk and stupied (sic). I apoligiz (sic) - My bad. Sorry." The video attached to this story shows the security footage of the board being taken. The board was recently added to the wall of The Coffee Bean to give customers the chance to win a free drink if they hit a bullseye.
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