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    Christopher Cline, 26, of Tacoma, said his collection of about 1,500 video games and movie memorabilia were stolen from a storage locker he rented. “I can’t believe this,” Cline said, “my life’s work of collecting stuff is gone.”

Christopher Cline, 26, of Tacoma, said his collection of about 1,500 video games and movie memorabilia were stolen from a storage locker he rented. “I can’t believe this,” Cline said, “my life’s work of collecting stuff is gone.” David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Christopher Cline, 26, of Tacoma, said his collection of about 1,500 video games and movie memorabilia were stolen from a storage locker he rented. “I can’t believe this,” Cline said, “my life’s work of collecting stuff is gone.” David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

$65,000 heist: Classic consoles, 1,500 video games stolen from Tacoma storage unit

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