The rear door of City Florist was damaged during Thursday night's burglary. (Credit: WBOC)
SALISBURY, Md.- The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office is investigating an overnight burglary that happened at a well-known florist shop in Salisbury.
According to detectives, City Florist, located at 1408 S Salisbury Blvd, was burglarized sometime Thursday night. Deputies said they are trying to figure out the time that it happened.
When WBOC caught up with detectives early Friday morning, they said they were investigating "a few odd things" on the scene that could not be disclosed until the investigation is complete.
The shop's owner, Jim Gray, told WBOC he noticed the back door to his shop slightly opened and damaged when he arrived to work at 7 a.m. He said the person(s) stole his cash register and an undisclosed amount of money in it.
Gray said nothing else was taken.
He said he feels used and abused.
"It's like if you really needed the money, come ask me and I'll give you a hundred bucks," Gray said."But, don't be busting up on my doors."
"I work hard, we all work hard, and to ha... http://www.wboc.com/story/29788524/florist-shop-burglarized-overnight-in-salisbury
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The Folkestone White Horse, Kent
Have you seen the kiwi?”
I was on Salisbury Plain, southern England, walking dogs with Neil, a local wildlife expert. We’d been talking about wild flowers and butterflies in the area, so the sudden mention of a bird indigenous to a country on the other side of the planet was jarring. My confusion was exacerbated by the fact that I knew Neil had been involved with the reintroduction of great bustards on the plain (the heaviest flying bird in the world, apparently). He had told me earlier how all the helpers had to wear great bustard suits when feeding the chicks so that the young birds didn’t associate food with human beings. The volunteers on the project had to promise not to take pictures of each other in the suits because there were concerns the unscrupulous might post the pictures online, thus inflicting a lifetime of ridicule on the helper in question. But kiwis and great bustards? Could Neil have his birds mixed up? It seemed unlikely.
“The chalk kiwi. On the hill.”
The Bulford Kiwi in Wiltshire
I could now see Neil was pointing towards a faint white blob ... http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/2791c27e-a4e8-11e5-a91e-162b86790c58.html