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Coon Rapids becomes first city to require prepayment for gas

Police say gas drive-offs are the most common kind of theft in the city. Now with prices going higher and higher, the city has become the first in Minnesota to require that all customers pay before they pump.
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Police say gas drive-offs are the most common kind of theft in the city. Now with prices going higher and higher, the city has become the first in Minnesota to require that all customers pay before they pump.

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