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Minneapolis' largest tow operator sued

Cedar Towing and Auction faces a lawsuit alleging fraud and deceptive business practices. Currently the tow company is being investigated by police on whether the company violated city ordinances limiting towing fees.
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Cedar Towing and Auction faces a lawsuit alleging fraud and deceptive business practices. Currently the tow company is being investigated by police on whether the company violated city ordinances limiting towing fees.

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