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Monday, April 08, 2013


2 Computers Stolen at Closing Day-Timer Plant, Police Say

The units are missing as operations wind down at Lower Macungie manufacturer of calendars, planners and organizers, troopers report.

With business operations winding down at the Day-Timer plant in East Texas in recent months there were lots of comings and goings of workers, inventory and equipment.
That apparently included two computers that couldn't be accounted for recently and are now believed to be stolen, according to state police at Fogeslville.
Two Dell OptiPlex 390 computers were taken from the second floor of the building at 5700 Lower Macungie Road between Feb. 24 and March 14, police said. No age or value was given.
Parent ACCO Brands Corp. of Lincolnshire, Ill., announced June 6 it would close the Day-Timer plant, a longtime Lehigh Valley manufacturer of calendars, planners and organizers, because of a merger. The 300 positions have been dwindling as operations closed down in recent weeks.
Within those final weeks, the company could not account for two of its computers, police said.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 610-395-1438.
Related Topics: ComputerDay-TimerLower Macungie TownshipTheft, and pennsylvania state police

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