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The area at Jordan Point where carts are kept — minus 10 that were taken. (Photos by Michael Schwartz)

The area at Jordan Point where carts are kept — minus 10 that were taken. (Photos by Michael Schwartz)

The area at Jordan Point where carts are kept — minus 10 that were taken. (Photos by Michael Schwartz)

By Michael Schwartz

RICHMOND, Va. (RichmondBizSense.com) – They come during the night — and they’re organized.

It was in mid-summer when Jefferson Lakeside Country Club became one of their first victims.

Tom Barry showed up for work one Monday morning in July at Jefferson Lakeside, just as he always does.

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