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Suspect Gets Away While Handcuffed To A Chair

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Suspect Gets Away While Handcuffed To A Chair

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Suspect Gets Away While Handcuffed To A Chair

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Police in Buffalo, New York, had handcuffed their suspect to a chair as they questioned him. The left him alone for a moment. When they came back, both the suspect and the chair were gone.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

Police in Buffalo, New York investigated a crime at the Anchor Bar. Money was missing at the bar that claims to be the home of the original Buffalo wings. Police questioned a suspect named John Caesar(ph) and handcuffed him to a chair. Then they left him alone. Mr. Caesar disappeared, apparently walking off while still attached to the chair. Later, police found the man riding a bike while still handcuffed. No word, yet, on what happened to the chair.

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