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March 13, 2014 6:41 PM

Police: Theft of $400,000 worth of gold Tri-Delta pins was inside job

A sorority employee and a partner are accused of stealing about 2,000 gold pins, some with precious stones, from the Delta Delta Delta sorority headquarters in Arlington, police said Thursday.

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