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Thief nabs Salvation Army bell-ringer's backpack; items valued at $2,440

The backpack had the woman's winter clothes, checkbook, keys and prescription medication. The Pioneer Press reports the items were valued at $2,440.
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The backpack had the woman's winter clothes, checkbook, keys and prescription medication. The Pioneer Press reports the items were valued at $2,440.

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