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Wash. state golf course vandals put away carts

EAST WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) -- Joyriders in Washington state stole six golf carts and tore up the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club -- but were thoughtful enough to put the carts back in the storage shed.

EAST WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) -- Joyriders in Washington state stole six golf carts and tore up the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club -- but were thoughtful enough to put the carts back in the storage shed.

Police said they plugged in the electric carts and locked up the shed Saturday night before leaving.

The Wenatchee World reports two of the carts were damaged and there was significant damage to the golf course.

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