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Crookston police searching for suspect in business burglaries

Police responded to reports of a burglary at two Crookston businesses on Saturday morning, Oct. 24.

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Crookston police are searching for someone believed to have forced entry and stolen items from two Crookston businesses.

Police responded to a report of a burglary around 7:10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at Best Used Trucks located at 635 Marin Ave. and Valley Plains Equipment located at 723 Third Ave. S.W., according to a release from the Crookston Police Department.

Initial investigation suggests that at least one person forced entry into both businesses. A vehicle was likely used to transport stolen items, according to police.

The investigation is active and ongoing, and limited details are available, the release states.

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