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Grand Forks police investigating business burglaries

The Grand Forks Police Department is investigating four burglaries near the 2300 block of 32nd Avenue South that took place late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.

The Grand Forks Police Department is investigating four burglaries near the 2300 block of 32nd Avenue South that took place late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.

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

There were signs of forced entry and cash was taken, but the amount is still being determined and police is still trying to determine if anything else is missing.

The crimes, which were all reported separately, are still under investigation. Anyone with information about the incidents is asked to call police at (701) 787-8000.

The police department also asked businesses that would like to review their building security plans to call (701) 787-8085.

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The department will provide a crime prevention survey free of charge.

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