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Investigators trace angel figurine found with baby in Mississippi River

Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension officials say investigators are working with a list of purchasers who bought the figurine that was made in Illinois. However, it's a long list that includes both people and businesses that may have re-sold the figurine.
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Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension officials say investigators are working with a list of purchasers who bought the figurine that was made in Illinois. However, it's a long list that includes both people and businesses that may have re-sold the figurine.

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