Bobbie Maniscalco, left and her mother Joanmarie lost a pair of generators plus cash and a tablet after a robbery at Crazy Lady’s Produce Stand over Labor Day weekend. They thank the community for support and could use more.
Bobbie Maniscalco, left and her mother Joanmarie lost a pair of generators plus cash and a tablet after a robbery at Crazy Lady’s Produce Stand over Labor Day weekend. They thank the community for support and could use more. Josh Shaffer jshaffer@newsobserver.com
Bobbie Maniscalco, left and her mother Joanmarie lost a pair of generators plus cash and a tablet after a robbery at Crazy Lady’s Produce Stand over Labor Day weekend. They thank the community for support and could use more. Josh Shaffer jshaffer@newsobserver.com

Vile bandits pilfer North Raleigh produce stand

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