The two Texas residents suspected of the textbook theft that affected five states including Wisconsin, are facing possible prison time. Tom Kujawa, Chief of UW-Green Bay Police, says this was the biggest case he has worked on during his time at UW-Green Bay. In June 2017, Kujawa estimated the stolen property add to $12,000, about 60 to 100 college textbooks. Read full story on NBC26.
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