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St. Louis police searching for woman’s stolen tiny home

December 19, 2018
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In this undated photo provided by Ryan Gines, Meghan Panu sits on the front steps of her house in St. Louis. It shouldn't be hard to spot the property stolen from St. Louis resident Panu. She's looking for the 12-foot-tall home that was stolen sometime Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Panu spent the past two years and about $20,000 working on the 20-foot cedar home. Panu, a recent graduate of Webster University, planned to finish the interior and move in this spring.

ST. LOUIS (AP) — It shouldn’t be hard to spot the property stolen from St. Louis resident Meghan Panu.

She’s looking for a 12-foot-tall tiny home that was stolen sometime Saturday.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Panu spent the past two years and about $20,000 working on the 20-foot cedar home.

The house was parked outside Refab, a popular spot for home remodeling supplies, when it was taken. Panu says she’s gone through surveillance cameras from nearby businesses to try and spot the thief.

Panu, a recent graduate of Webster University, planned to finish the interior and move in this spring.

Some Facebook posts reported seeing the house being pulled by a pickup truck on Interstate 70 west of St. Louis.

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Information from: St. Louis Post-Dispatch, http://www.stltoday.com

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