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Homeless woman found living inside rooftop grocery store sign with her own office for nearly 1 year

“There was some flooring that was laid down. A mini desk,” a police officer said. “Her clothing. A Keurig coffee maker. A printer and a computer — things you’d have in your home.”

Published: May 13, 2024 10:24am

Updated: May 13, 2024 10:30am

A homeless woman in Michigan was discovered living inside a rooftop grocery store sign with her own office equipped with a computer, printer and coffee maker, according to a local news report.

The sign, located at a Family Fare grocery store location, is shaped like a triangle and measures approximately 5ft wide and 8ft high. 

Fox19Now reported that Midland Police Department Officer Brennon Warren said the woman told police she had a job and lived in the sign for almost 1 year.

“There was some flooring that was laid down. A mini desk,” he said. “Her clothing. A Keurig coffee maker. A printer and a computer — things you’d have in your home.”

Family Fare reportedly donated $10,000 to a local homeless shelter after the woman was found.

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