Sheila Miller's husband and son serve our country proudly. That's why the Burlington woman was deeply offended when she caught a young man red-handed stealing her two "Support Our Troops" car magnets. Miller was coming out of a business on Mall Road in Florence, Kentucky Monday when she saw some commotion behind her minivan. She yelled at the man and he threw the magnets on the ground and took off in an SUV. Miller called police with the license plate number. Florence police officers told her the truck was being used by a soldier serving in the reserves. The suspect sped away in a red Chevy Blazer. Police would not give Miller his identity but she says she'll be on the lookout.
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