(Easthampton, MA) — The manager of an Easthampton clock shop says she intends to catch up on back work and return timepieces to her customers. Theresa Leveille is owner of Al’s Clock and Watch Repair, which closed abruptly last month, holding a number of watches and clocks hostage. Leveille tells the “Daily Hampshire Gazette” she’s been suffering from overwhelming health problems. In recent weeks several people have gone to the police about their watches. The Westfield woman took over the shop last year from her elderly father.
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