(WNBC-TV) PRINCETON — The Princeton University professor accused of stealing 21 lawn signs for a local computer business was recorded on multiple occasions taking the signs, the business owner said today.

Ted Horodynsky, owner of Princeton Computer Repairs, Tutoring and Digital Services, said he noticed his 2-by-2-foot signs, worth more than $20 each, disappearing from private property locations in August and filed several police reports.

The signs started to disappear shortly after the traffic incident Horodynsky said he had with Princeton professor John Mulvey, 67, of Puritan Court, who now faces theft charges filed by police.

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