'666' Road Sign Thefts Bedeviling Roadways

According to Yahoo! News, New Jersey Turnpike Authority officials are having a hard time keeping up with the constant thefts of mile marker 66.6 along the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.

The latest theft involved someone swiping the 66.6 mile marker sign on the Garden State Parkway's northbound lanes in a sparsely populated section far from any entrances or exits.

The sign is stolen four or five times a year, according to NJTA spokesman Joe Orlando, who adds, "Maybe it's just some kids with a Devil-may-care attitude."


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