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Monday, January 30, 2012

Tax Mascot Chases Suspects

LibertyToledo Blade, Tax Mascot Chases Suspects:

Isaac Underwood may not know how to deal with complicated tax issues, but he does know a thing or two about trying to right an injustice. Mr. Underwood’s job with Liberty Tax Service is to wear a Statue of Liberty costume and stand along Monroe Street near Auburn Avenue to advertise the service, directing those with complex tax questions inside the store. But Thursday evening, he found himself chasing a man and a woman who police say held up Mr. Underwood’s employer with a curling iron concealed in a washcloth.

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