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Salvation Army Bell-Ringer Breaks World Record But Has Laptop Stolen

by KTLA - Los Angeles 2:39 mins

Salvation Army Bell-Ringer Breaks World Record But Has Laptop Stolen

by KTLA - Los Angeles 2:39 mins

A Salvation Army holiday bell-ringer broke the world record for ringing for more than 80 hours straight on Friday in Colton, but his laptop was stolen during the quest. Major ButchSoriano is hoping to make a personal goal of 100 hours. Kacey Montoya reports from Colton for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.

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