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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Kansas City man who left his SUV running in a convenience store parking lot not only had that vehicle stolen, but his second car was taken from his house the same day.
Tommy Barker thinks the same people took both vehicles Monday. He says he left his Chevrolet Blazer idling outside a QuikTrip while he ran inside to pay for fuel, and someone took off in it before he knew what was happening.
Barker tells KMBC-TV he drove his wife to work in another car and went home to do laundry. When he went back outside, the second car was gone, too.
He thinks whoever stole his SUV found a spare set of keys to the other car and a paycheck stub that told them where he lives.
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