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Help find thief, get free tattoos for life

Published On: Dec 24 2013 04:38:01 PM CST   Updated On: Nov 26 2013 05:50:21 AM CST
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After a Pennsylvania tattoo shop was broken into last week, the shop's owner is offering a reward he's eager to pay out: free tattoos and piercings for life.

Brandon George, owner of Permanently Scarred Tattoos in Berwick, Pa., found his store's door kicked in Thursday morning, according to The Associated Press. A television set and other items were missing, all of which will cost George several thousand dollars.

To help catch the culprits, George took to Facebook offering free body art for life in exchange for information leading to an arrest.

"Little bit of damage and unsavory people aren't gonna keep us down," the shop's staff wrote on the store's Facebook page.

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