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GF police handout 1,600 gun locks

So far this year, Grand Forks police have given away 1,600 gun locks as part of a nationwide push to promote safe storage of firearms, the department said in a news release Monday.

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So far this year, Grand Forks police have given away 1,600 gun locks as part of a nationwide push to promote safe storage of firearms, the department said in a news release Monday.

Locks can be picked up at the department's Community Resource Bureau during business hours. Project ChildSafe has provided funding for the program.

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