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Blotter: Graffiti found on multiple buildings downtown

o A bike worth $150 was reported stolen from the 70 block of Third Street West on Tuesday. There are no suspects. o A rear window of a vehicle was broken out on the 1100 block of 25th Street West on Wednesday. The owner of the vehicle does not kn...

• A bike worth $150 was reported stolen from the 70 block of Third Street West on Tuesday. There are no suspects.

• A rear window of a vehicle was broken out on the 1100 block of 25th Street West on Wednesday. The owner of the vehicle does not know how the damage occurred. There are no suspects

• An individual allegedly threw a rock at a vehicle, causing the passenger window to break while it was being driven near the Century Apartments in Dickinson around 1:30 a.m. Thursday. The damage is estimated to be $250 and there are no suspects.

• A wall on the backside of the Rock bar was vandalised with graffiti on Thursday morning. There are no suspects.

• Spray paint was also found on a building on the 20 block of Sims Street on Thursday around 11:45 a.m. There are no suspects.

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• A hitch and a pair of mud flaps were stolen off a vehicle while it was parked in the Prairie Hills Mall parking lot on Thursday evening. The items are worth a combined $550. Police are hoping to get video footage of the incident. There are no suspects.

• Graffiti was found on a building on the 10 block of First Avenue West on Thursday evening. There are no suspects.

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