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Minot police seek help in fraud case

MINOT -- After Minot police released a photograph of a woman they would like identified in a fraud case in the city on Tuesday, it worked by later in the day.

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Minot police are looking for information about the identity of this woman captured on a video camera in Minot. She is suspected in a fraud case in the city. Submitted photo
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MINOT -- After  Minot police released a photograph of a woman they would like identified in a fraud case in the city on Tuesday, it worked by later in the day.

 

Investigations commander Capt. John Klug said the details about the case are not being released at this time, but investigators now apparently know who the woman is.

“We have a little more investigative work to do and this is an open investigation,” said Klug on Tuesday night.  He said any names wouldn’t be

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