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Sweet reward offered for information in missing kettle case

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VAN BUREN (KATV) - The largest and oldest candy store in the state of Arkansas had its symbol stolen. 

Recently a Giant Copper Kettle that sat in front of the candy store was stolen. It was taken from our Location in Van Buren.

Thomas Greer says, "This Kettle has been untouched for over 50 years since the late Betty Greer purchased it and is a symbol of our community and our business in Van Buren."

Greer continues, "We use Copper Kettles in our business as they are the highest quality and allow us to produce the best candy. We take great pride in being in Van Buren, a great community and need your help in finding."

Information that leads to the return of our Kettle will receive a sweet reward.

"We use Copper Kettles in our business as they are the highest quality and allow us to produce the best candy. We take great pride in being in Van Buren, a great community and need your help in finding it," Greer adds.

Kopper Kettle has been in the same location in Van Buren Arkansas for over 50 years proudly serving everyone delicious homemade candies.

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