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LOCAL NEWS-
Between June 27 and July 6 the Crookston Police Department has received over 20 reports related to vandalism, theft, and burglary. The locations vary throughout the city; Strander Avenue, Summit Avenue, Crescent Avenue, Memorial Drive, Thorndale, Woodland Avenue, Groveland, South Ash, Pleasant Avenue, Houston Avenue, State Street and Park Lane. 
Criminal activity includes; damage to property, broken windows, attempted burglary, burglary and theft from motor vehicles. 14 of the incidents involved vehicles, 10 of the 14 involved unlocked vehicles. Items taken include electronics, credit and debit cards, personal information, cash, tools, cell phones, and TVís.
The Crookston Police Department is actively working the investigation of all these incidents. It is unknown if all the incidents are related. Do not leave your vehicle unlocked and absolutely do not leave anything of value inside an unlocked vehicle. If you have any information at all please call the Police Department at 281-3111.

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