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Officers seek information after pickup fire in Grand Forks

On Friday night around 8:50 p.m., dispatch received a call regarding a pickup on fire in the parking lot located next to 3504 11th Ave. N. Officers from the Grand Forks Police Department were dispatched to the area to assist the Grand Forks Fire ...

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On Friday night around 8:50 p.m., dispatch received a call regarding a pickup on fire in the parking lot located next to 3504 11th Ave. N.

Officers from the Grand Forks Police Department were dispatched to the area to assist the Grand Forks Fire Department.

The fire was contained and put out by firefighters shortly after their arrival on scene, police said in a release.

There were no injuries, but the pickup sustained significant damage. A nearby apartment complex also received minor damage.

The cause of the fire is still under active investigation.

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Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Grand Forks Police Department.

Related Topics: GRAND FORKS FIRE DEPARTMENT
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