TIFFIN, OH — According to information from people familiar with the situation, the leading local anti-wind group has reported dozens of signs being stolen from the properties of wind energy opponents.
The Seneca Anti-Wind Union posted Sunday on Facebook that another “30+ signs were stolen” Saturday night.
The group claims it has fingerprints and other evidence that could be used to help law enforcement, although it is unclear how the fingerprints were obtained if the signs were stolen.
“If you are reading this and you are the one taking the signs now is the time to return them and STOP this nonsense before we formally press charges,” the Anti-Wind Union said.
There is apparently a reward being offered by the group for information about the sign thief as well.
For more information, visit SAWU’s Facebook page.