A rash of political signs have been stolen recently in San Gabriel.
By Cheryl Cabot
It is against the law to steal the signs. Reports of the stolen signs have been made to the San Gabriel Police Department and the City Manager.
Anyone with information regarding the thefts should contact the San Gabriel Police Department.
Update: Since our publication, San Gabriel candidate Juli Costanzo reached out to ColoradoBoulevard.net informing us that some of her signs have been stolen as well.
[This article has been updated to include information about more sign theft. February 12, 2020, 2:13 pm.]
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