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$200,000 worth of construction equipment stolen in Minn. found in Wis.

Police in Barron County, Wis. says they found $200,000 worth of trailers and equipment at several properties in the area. Keith Duffee, of Turtle Lake, Wis., is wanted for questioning in the case.
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Police in Barron County, Wis. says they found $200,000 worth of trailers and equipment at several properties in the area. Keith Duffee, of Turtle Lake, Wis., is wanted for questioning in the case.

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