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ALBUQUERQUE — A New Mexico restaurant employee says he’s now seen it all, after three men left his diner with rolls of toilet paper and were nabbed in the parking lot by police.

Burgers, Dogs and Wings employee Josh Flannery-Stewart told KOAT-TV in Albuquerque that he was immediately suspicious of the men when they came in Saturday because they weren’t talking and appeared “messed up.”

The three went into the bathroom and emerged carrying about a dozen rolls of toilet paper. They got in a car in the parking lot, but they didn’t get far.

Albuquerque police apparently had the trio under surveillance and quickly surrounded the car and arrested them.

The toilet paper was returned to its rightful owner.

COLORADO

All four people dead in crash of small plane

SILVERTON — Authorities say all four people aboard a small plane died when it crashed in the southwest Colorado mountains.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Mike Fergus confirmed the deaths Sunday. No names have been released.

The Socata TB-21 crashed at about 3 p.m. Saturday about 1 1/2 miles from Silverton. Mr. Fergus said the debris field covered more than a mile.

A San Juan County official said the body of one victim was removed from the site Sunday. It was unclear how long recovery work would continue because the weather was worsening.

Weather cut the search short Saturday. Silverton temperatures dipped to 4 degrees overnight, and up to 10 inches of snow had fallen.

ILLINOIS

Survey: Teen sexting may be rarer than feared

CHICAGO — Teen sexting of nude photos online or via cellphone may be far less common than people think, new research suggests.

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