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Updated 3:20 p.m.: Police ID Grand Forks shoplifting suspects

Update: The Grand Forks Police Department said officers had identified three suspects in a shoplifting case that occurred June 18 at a local big box store. The suspects stole carts full of merchandise, according to Lt. Brett Johnson. Johnson says...

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Update:

The Grand Forks Police Department said officers had identified three suspects in a shoplifting case that occurred June 18 at a local big box store. The suspects stole carts full of merchandise, according to Lt. Brett Johnson.

Johnson says the police department has been successful using Facebook to identify crime suspects. The names of the suspects will not be released immediately as the department is waiting to see where the investigation goes before they release identities.

The Grand Forks Police Department thanks the public for the response and assistance in identifying suspects that will help move the case forward.

2:50 p.m.

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The Grand Forks Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying three suspects connected to a shoplifting case. Police ask that anyone who recognizes any of them, contact Officer Misialek at kmisialek@grandforksgov.com or send a tip using Tip411.

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