Broken window at Top Dollar Pawn an accident


The front window at Top Dollar Pawn, 131 N. Main St. in Washington C.H., recently broke and has had many people concerned that there was a breaking and entering at the shop, according to store manager Tanya Scott. “Rest assured, it was an employee accident and there were no injuries,” said Scott, who added that an employee was moving something around and bumped into the window. Scott said she hopes the accident doesn’t deter people from buying at the store. “We’re having a big sale and we are open black Friday,” said Scott. A new window had been ordered and was on its way to the store Tuesday.


The front window at Top Dollar Pawn, 131 N. Main St. in Washington C.H., recently broke and has had many people concerned that there was a breaking and entering at the shop, according to store manager Tanya Scott. “Rest assured, it was an employee accident and there were no injuries,” said Scott, who added that an employee was moving something around and bumped into the window. Scott said she hopes the accident doesn’t deter people from buying at the store. “We’re having a big sale and we are open black Friday,” said Scott. A new window had been ordered and was on its way to the store Tuesday.

The front window at Top Dollar Pawn, 131 N. Main St. in Washington C.H., recently broke and has had many people concerned that there was a breaking and entering at the shop, according to store manager Tanya Scott. “Rest assured, it was an employee accident and there were no injuries,” said Scott, who added that an employee was moving something around and bumped into the window. Scott said she hopes the accident doesn’t deter people from buying at the store. “We’re having a big sale and we are open black Friday,” said Scott. A new window had been ordered and was on its way to the store Tuesday.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/11/web1_PawnWindow.jpgThe front window at Top Dollar Pawn, 131 N. Main St. in Washington C.H., recently broke and has had many people concerned that there was a breaking and entering at the shop, according to store manager Tanya Scott. “Rest assured, it was an employee accident and there were no injuries,” said Scott, who added that an employee was moving something around and bumped into the window. Scott said she hopes the accident doesn’t deter people from buying at the store. “We’re having a big sale and we are open black Friday,” said Scott. A new window had been ordered and was on its way to the store Tuesday.