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Grand Forks Police: Burglars netted cash and computer software

The Grand Forks Police Department said Thursday that burglaries of four Grand Forks businesses overnight Tuesday netted about $600 in cash and some computer software and caused $1,000 damage.

The Grand Forks Police Department said Thursday that burglaries of four Grand Forks businesses overnight Tuesday netted about $600 in cash and some computer software and caused $1,000 damage.

According to a department news release, the businesses affected were Grease Monkey, Auto Finance Super Center, Kindness Animal Hospital and ABRA Auto Body are.

Grand Forks Police Lt. Jim Remer said police have recovered some evidence that is being analyzed, but don't have a specific suspect in the crimes.

All four businesses are located within blocks of one another and police believe the crimes are related.

"Obviously, we're looking at them that way," Remer said, "but this time there is no specific evidence to that."

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Remer said there is also $1,000 in damage done to the businesses between doors and inside the businesses.

Anyone with information about the incidents is asked to call police at (701) 787-8000.

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