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Originally published March 19, 2013 at 10:35 AM | Page modified March 19, 2013 at 11:56 AM

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Firefighter accused of taking antiques from burned building

An Everett firefighter has been placed on paid leave while police investigate whether he was selling antiques taken from a burned-out building.

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IF true, it's theft pure and simple, and a betrayal of public trust. Let's see what the... MORE
The "investigation" will drag on for MONTHS while he receives his salary. ... MORE
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EVERETT -- An Everett firefighter has been placed on paid leave while police investigate whether he was selling antiques taken from a burned-out building.

City spokeswoman Kate Reardon told The Daily Herald the firefighter's leave is taking effect Tuesday.

The owner of a store damaged in a November fire, Sue Ludwig of The Spare Room Vintage Flea Market, told police items from her condemned store showed up on Craigslist.

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