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Cash & Valuables Taken in Moorhead Home Burglaries

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Moorhead Police are asking for the public's help in gathering information about three home burglaries over the weekend. All three reports were from South Moorhead. Two of the three homes had forced entry with the suspect or suspects entering through windows.  Several valuables and cash were taken in each of the burglaries.

One home in the 4200 block of 39th Street South had collector currency taken.  Among the items were several 1976 $2 bills.  The suspect also got away with U.S. Proof coin sets dated 1976 through 1983. 

Police believe the home was broken into Saturday night between 6:00–10:00 p.m.  Anyone with possible information is asked to contact the Red River Regional Dispatch Center at (701) 451-7660 and ask to speak with the on-duty Moorhead Police supervisor.

Moorhead Police want to point out that although the homes were locked, there are things you can do around the house to prevent burglaries. They advocate taking additional safety precautions such as avoiding consistent routines where your house may be unoccupied or which lights you leave on when gone.

Crime prevention through good neighborhood watch can also enhance neighborhood security. The Moorhead Police Department offers residential house checks through the Police Volunteer Program for houses that will be vacant for a period of time. Information on these checks can be found on our website at www.moorheadpolice.com.

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