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Letter to the editor
Coroner needs to be questioned
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Forsyth County News
I have seen many letters about this subject. This is the way I see it breaks down. Assuming the coroner’s vehicle has keyless entry, it is not unreasonable to have the keys in his vehicle. It is safe to do that if the keys are out of site.

So the questions the commissioner’s should be asking is where were the keys located. I find it strange that someone would  just break into a vehicle and steal it unless they saw the keys.  This would be problematic for the coroner. 

At the very least the commissioners should ask questions of the coroner, under oath. Maybe the person that stole it should be questioned to find out how he obtained access to the vehicle. Most thieves do not hang around very long when stealing a vehicle. So this leads me to believe it was very convenient.

Michael Robinson

Cumming