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25 radio systems stolen from St. Cloud school buses

St. Could police are investigating the theft of more than two dozen radio systems from school buses. Authorities believe the suspects took the radios out of the buses while they were sitting in a parking lot sometime last week.
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St. Could police are investigating the theft of more than two dozen radio systems from school buses. Authorities believe the suspects took the radios out of the buses while they were sitting in a parking lot sometime last week.

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