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GF police investigate early morning dumpster fires

Grand Forks police are investigating four garbage dumpster fires that occurred on the south end of town early today. Police responded to three dumpster fires near 2500 Seventh Ave. S. and a fourth fire near 817 36th Ave. S. at about 3:30 a.m. today.

Grand Forks police are investigating four garbage dumpster fires that occurred on the south end of town early today.

Police responded to three dumpster fires near 2500 Seventh Ave. S. and a fourth fire near 817 36th Ave. S. at about 3:30 a.m. today.

No one was injured and no other property was damaged in the fires. Grand Forks firefighters were called out to the fires.

If anyone has information about these fires, contact police at 787-8000.

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