Fla. police flush out suspects who stole toilet parts from parks, restaurants

By Macollvie Jean-François
South Florida Sun-Sentinel

DANIA BEACH, Fla. — Most thieves leave evidence behind. These left a stench.

Two men and one woman have been arrested and charged with stealing about $2,000 worth of toilet flush valves at John U. Lloyd State Park. Detectives are investigating whether the suspects are responsible for a string of similar thefts throughout south Broward County. Valves from toilets and urinals have disappeared since May at parks and fast-food restaurants, rendering the restrooms useless.

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