‘They don’t know me’: ‘They have no idea who I am’

The man who used to deliver newspapers in Durham County, North Carolina, is no longer in the public eye after a police investigation into his alleged theft of thousands of dollars worth of books.

Police said the 43-year-old man was stopped in a parking lot near the Durham Public Library after they spotted him stealing items.

The man allegedly told police he had been at the library and had forgotten to take his keys and the library’s parking pass.

Police arrested the man at his home.

He was charged with theft of property worth more than $500.

He also faces a burglary charge.

Durham County Public Library spokesman Tim Smith told ABC News the man’s actions are “disturbing” and are not reflective of the library community.

“The Durham Public library does not tolerate the theft of library materials,” Smith said.

“Anytime we have a case like this, we immediately act on it.

We have zero tolerance for it.”

A spokesman for the state library system in Durham said the library has zero tolerance and will investigate.

“While this investigation is ongoing, we have zero-tolerance for the theft or destruction of library items, and we are currently working to determine exactly what happened,” spokesman Josh Stover said in a statement.

“The library has no tolerance for this type of behavior.

This behavior is not acceptable and it will not be tolerated.”

The Durham Police Department declined to release any further details about the case.

The man was released from jail on $50,000 bail, according to a news release from the Durham Police.

New York City’s library is taking on some of the city’s biggest names in online content with an array of new offerings

The city’s city library is expanding its offerings to offer some of its biggest names online and in print.

Library director David Fisk says the new offerings include an array in print and digital formats.

“We’re taking a look at a lot of different formats, and we’re going to be adding a lot more print-on-demand services,” he said.

“The big challenge is to provide a wide range of things to people who don’t necessarily have access to a print library.”

David Fisk with a new online book.

David Fisks library has already launched a new subscription service.

(Supplied: David Fisks)Library staff have also added new tools to the online bookshelves to help patrons find what they are looking for.

“You can go to the new website and type in ‘Library’ and you can find a list of the best and most up-to-date books in the city and in the region,” Mr Fisk said.

He said the library’s new service will give people a way to find what their local library is offering.

“It’s going to provide you with the library, the titles, the categories and the topics that you can use to find the information you’re looking for,” he added.

“I think that’s going be a really powerful tool to give people access to the library that they’re interested in.”

Mr Fisk has also created an online library index.

It is now up to the public to sign up for the service.

“People have been really enthusiastic about it and have been able to sign-up,” he explained.

“A lot of them have been quite surprised when they did that, but they’re also finding that the information is there, so it’s a really great way to have access.”

He said a few hundred books had already been added to the service, but added that he was hoping to add as many as 100 more titles by the end of the year.

“At the moment, we have about 1,000 titles,” he confirmed.

“In the next few months, we’ll be adding more titles.”

But I’m sure by the time that we do, we will have a very substantial number.