Mike Haydel holds the remaining light fixture that was not stolen from his Gulfport business on Thursday. He had three of the fixtures rewired, polished and restored for a bar and grill his brother plans to open next year in downtown Gulfport. Two of the three were stolen, along with other items, and he is hoping to be reunited with them.
Mike Haydel holds the remaining light fixture that was not stolen from his Gulfport business on Thursday. He had three of the fixtures rewired, polished and restored for a bar and grill his brother plans to open next year in downtown Gulfport. Two of the three were stolen, along with other items, and he is hoping to be reunited with them. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Mike Haydel holds the remaining light fixture that was not stolen from his Gulfport business on Thursday. He had three of the fixtures rewired, polished and restored for a bar and grill his brother plans to open next year in downtown Gulfport. Two of the three were stolen, along with other items, and he is hoping to be reunited with them. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

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