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Grand Forks Police Department investigating concession stand burglaries

The Grand Forks Police Department is investigating a pair of break-ins it believes are related at the concession stands at Bringewatt Park and Kraft Field.

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The Grand Forks Police Department is investigating a pair of break-ins it believes are related at the concession stands at Bringewatt Park and Kraft Field.

Kraft Field's concession stand was broken into sometime between 2 p.m. Friday and 4 p.m. Saturday, according to Lt. Grant Schiller. The thief broke the lock on the window and got away with about $550 in meat, candy and drinks.

The Bringewatt Park break-in occurred between 7 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. Saturday. Although nothing was taken, he said the window was broken and it appeared the cash register was searched.

Schiller said the similar methods and close proximity of the stands mean it's likely the burglaries are connected.

Bringewatt Park is at 2205 24th Ave. S. and Kraft Field is at 2511 17th Ave. S.

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Schiller said there are no suspects and the break-ins are still under investigation.

The police department asks that anyone with information about the crimes call police at (701) 787-8000.

Reach Bieri at (701) 780-1118; (800) 477-6572, ext. 118; or send email to cbieri@gfherald.com .

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