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Disney World and the shedding is reported to be missing $ 20,000 worth of attraction articles

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Things get lost in the Magic Kingdom.

Several of the items have reportedly gone out to a store in the area, from Epcot. The missing parts included the parts for the various attractions in the park.

The missing items are, together, can be said to be that it will be worth $20,000, Fox 35 reports. A Disney employee reportedly noticed the items were missing from the house at the beginning of October.

The employee thought it was a set of sails for the Peter Pan’s Flight ride, the lack of a lock icon in the storage area, in the vicinity of Epcot’s Test track ride, the Orlando Sentinel reported. However, on closer inspection, he saw that several other items had also gone.

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All the items that are included in the three-seated Space Mountain, and the shell is also used for the drive/

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office, is reported to have been reported and investigated.

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In mid-August, and is a former walt Disney World employee was arrested for allegedly sneaking back to the employee locker room, and the ability to steal from the employees, cash, and credit cards.

The suspect, identified as Shariel August by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, has been arrested by the police at Typhoon Lagoon on Aug. 1), before being transferred to a police substation at the walt Disney World park, according to a police report shared with Fox News.

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The police have said the Aug know how to get access to the dressing room, as she had been working at the facility, according to the information obtained by the Orlando Sentinel.

This story includes additional reporting by Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo.

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