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Police Blotter: Chainsaw, radio stolen from a garage

o A man reported to Dickinson police that a chainsaw and a worksite radio had been stolen from a garage on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southeast on Monday morning. The chainsaw is valued at $400 and the radio is valued at $150. There are no sus...

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• A man reported to Dickinson police that a chainsaw and a worksite radio had been stolen from a garage on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southeast on Monday morning. The chainsaw is valued at $400 and the radio is valued at $150. There are no suspects

• A Taylor man reported to Stark County Sheriff's officers that someone had stolen four boxes of vinyl siding from a home there Tuesday afternoon. The boxes are valued at $240 each. The case remains under investigation.

• A vehicle at the Heart River Golf Course sustained $1,500 worth of damage after it was hit by another vehicle on Tuesday afternoon. The damage was at the right rear of the vehicle. There are no suspects.

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