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Detroit Lakes Police Search For Persons Of Interest In Storage Burglary Case

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Detroit Lakes police are asking for the public's help in its investigation of a storage locker burglary.

Investigators are looking to question two persons of interest in the case.

They were captured on camera trying to return potentially stolen items at a store in DL.

Police believe they may be connected to the burglary of a storage locker last week and other recent thefts in the area.

About a thousand dollars in items were stolen including fishing, shop, and yard equipment.

If you have any information you are asked to Detroit Lakes police.
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