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February 22, 1989 | From Agence France-Press
Local residents and passing motorists spirited away 120 cases of Champagne and more than 20,000 bottles of wine from a French truck stranded on a highway in Stockholm after an accident, police said. Swedes pay the highest prices in Europe for wine due to import duties.
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February 22, 1989 | From Agence France-Press
Local residents and passing motorists spirited away 120 cases of Champagne and more than 20,000 bottles of wine from a French truck stranded on a highway in Stockholm after an accident, police said. Swedes pay the highest prices in Europe for wine due to import duties.
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October 17, 1987 | United Press International
A motorist helped police catch a suspected thief only to be fined $90 for running a stop sign as he tried to keep up with the suspect's fleeing car, news reports said Friday. "I will never help the police again," said Lennart Frostby, 25. Frostby told two newspapers, the Svenska Dagbladet and Aftonbladet, that he watched a man tampering with a credit card pump two weeks ago at a gas station in Strangnas, just south of Stockholm.
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October 17, 1987 | United Press International
A motorist helped police catch a suspected thief only to be fined $90 for running a stop sign as he tried to keep up with the suspect's fleeing car, news reports said Friday. "I will never help the police again," said Lennart Frostby, 25. Frostby told two newspapers, the Svenska Dagbladet and Aftonbladet, that he watched a man tampering with a credit card pump two weeks ago at a gas station in Strangnas, just south of Stockholm.
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