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Former College VP Steals Trump Signs Off Man’s Lawn

Campus Reform
Written by Campus Reform

Donald Trump campaign signs were stolen from a man’s lawn by the former vice president of a small college.

Dr. Norman Muir, who was finally caught after removing 7 signs from Charlie Tulumello’s lawn, said he “was angry with Donald Trump and the way he ran his campaign.”

Donald Trump campaign signs were stolen from a lawn in Amherst, New York by the former vice president of a small college.

Charlie Tulumello told WIVB 4 that he thought kids were playing a prank by stealing his signs, and was therefore surprised to discover that 60-something-year-old Dr. Norman Muir, the former Vice President of Academic Affairs for Medaille College, was actually the one who had stolen seven of his Trump signs.

“I was angry with Donald Trump and the way he ran his campaign,” the former administrator told WIVB 4.

[RELATED: Schools nationwide spiral into mass hysteria over pro-Trump messages]

After having his signs stolen on two separate occasions, Tulumello set up video cameras outside his house to catch the person stealing his signs.

The videos show Muir, who lives a few blocks away, taking multiple signs and then running away—sometimes with his small dog on a leash following him.

Tulumello also posted a no-trespassing sign that informed people that if they trespass, they “quite possibly could get…

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