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‘Amazing’ U.S. Air Force veteran needs help, deputies say

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Delvin Sayles reported his car was stolen with his cell phone inside on Veteran's Day. Sayles, a U.S. Air Force veteran, confided in Broward Sheriff's Office deputies. He had lost his job and was close to becoming homeless. The deputies turned to the BSO Homeless Outreach Team.
Published 2 months ago · Broward County, United States

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‘Amazing’ U.S. Air Force veteran needs help, deputies say

Delvin Sayles reported his car was stolen with his cell phone inside on Veteran’s Day.Sayles, a U.S. Air Force veteran, confided in Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies that he was really down on his luck. He had lost his job and was close to becoming homeless.The deputies turned to the BSO Homeless Outreach Team. After getting to know Sayles, Sgt. Michael Weiner described him as “humble” and “an amazing individual.”Deputies from the BSO Pompano Be…

2 months ago·Miami, United States
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