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GF coffee shop burglarized

A Grand Forks coffee shop that gives a percentage of its revenue to help cancer patients was burglarized late Tuesday or early Wednesday, the Grand Forks Police Department reported.

A Grand Forks coffee shop that gives a percentage of its revenue to help cancer patients was burglarized late Tuesday or early Wednesday, the Grand Forks Police Department reported.

Lt. Grant Schiller said a thief or thieves pried open the back door of Porpoura Coffeehouse and then the register, taking a "little bit of cash." Porpoura, 8 S. Third St., also reported that a safe and a computer were taken, according to the emergency dispatch log.

Schiller said the theft happened between 11 p.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday.

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