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Police Blotter: Handgun stolen from vehicle

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Police Blotter: Handgun stolen from vehicle
Dickinson North Dakota 1815 1st Street West 58602

A handgun was stolen out of a man’s vehicle Tuesday afternoon, according to the Dickinson Police Department.

The pistol was taken out of a vehicle in front of a residence on the 600 block of Seventh Street East. It has been entered into the FBI’s National Crime Information Center database for tracking.

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Information leading to the location of the stolen handgun can be submitted by contacting the Dickinson Police Department at 701-456-7759.

Highway Patrol to monitor right-of-way violations Thursday

North Dakota Highway Patrol will conduct a high-emphasis survey of right-of-way violations Thursday, using the department’s aircraft to observe violations and ground troops to issue enforcements.

Right-of-way violations are the leading cause of serious injuries and fatal crashes, according to a press release sent out earlier this week.

Dickinson Police see increase in laundry room thefts

The Dickinson Police Department is asking for public assistance with what it calls a “rash of thefts” from washers and dryers in apartment buildings throughout the city.

Officers are seeing an increase in reports of missing coin boxes from washer and dryer units, and are encouraging apartment-dwellers to keep an eye out around machines.

Det. Terry Oestreich said the coin boxes often contain between $20 to $100 in quarters, but can cost as much as $800 to replace.

“It’s quite costly,” he said.

If anyone has information concerning the thefts or notes anything suspicious, they should contact the Dickinson Police Department at 701-456-7759.

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Nadya Faulx
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