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Cat's medical donation jar stolen

By: Brittany Pelletz Email
By: Brittany Pelletz Email

Employees showed up to work this morning and realized a window was broken and several of their most prized possessions were gone.

Lexington police were called out to Century 21, a real estate office on Harrodsburg Road early this morning.

Mistie English, the owner showed up to work and found broken glass, blood stains, and realized several things were missing.

"I mean you come to work and think, I've got work to do, houses to sell, and things to do. It just throws everything out of sync," says English.

Robert Goins received treatment at the hospital for cuts to his hand. He was arrested later for the crime.

A flat screen TV, autographed UK basketballs, signed by the championship team both were recovered in the wooded area behind the building.

With most things back in place,something meaningful to English and the rest of the Century 21 staff was not returned.

"It's Albert's money that we lost and we didn't get it back," English says.

Albert, the only witness to the crime is the real victim.

"Because he's so sweet and we all all love him," adds English.

"He has one eye missing, his tail is missing, his little "meower" is missing. And then he was diagnosed with diabetes," English says.

Two things are still missing, candy from the candy jar and Albert's money.

"So we'll put it back in and keep on collecting," says English.

Police charged Goins with burglary.

Century 21 is looking into investing in some type of security system.

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