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Photos released of suspect in gravesite flower thefts in Moorhead

MOORHEAD--The Moorhead Police Department is looking for help in identifying a man suspected of taking potted flowers from graves in a Moorhead cemetery.

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Moorhead police are looking for help in identifying this man who is suspected of taking potted flowers from graves at Riverside Cemetery.

MOORHEAD-The Moorhead Police Department is looking for help in identifying a man suspected of taking potted flowers from graves in a Moorhead cemetery.

Police have released a surveillance photo taken of the suspect about 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 5, at RIverside Cemetery, 2901 Oakport Street N.

Police believe the man drove a silver passenger car to the cemetery.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Red River Regional Dispatch Center at (701) 451-7660.

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