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Barnett first reported being locked out of her home on June 24.

McArthur police responded at that time but waited a month before writing report.

In the narrative dated July 25 and released late on Tuesday of this week, police say "Mrs. Barnett did not advise this officer of anything being taken or missing..."

Barnett says that is true. In a phone interview with 10TV, Barnett explained she and her husband were going through a separation at the time; she was moving back into the house right after her husband moved out.

"And it wasn't until, you know, I spoke to my husband later that, I realized that he had not taken those items out of the house when he left," she said.

So she doesn't know what her husband took and what the bank tossed.

Sounds just as much about American Life as it does about the banking system.
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