Newlyweds' gifts, cards stolen

Josh and Emily Wood were married Saturday, and the next day they discovered all their wedding gifts had been stolen from an SUV parked at a Blaine hotel. "They can't take our memories, it was the best day of our lives," Emily Wood says.
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Josh and Emily Wood say their wedding went off without a hitch on a beautiful Saturday. Except for one thing – the next day they discovered all their gifts had been stolen from a vehicle parked at a Blaine hotel, KSTP reports:

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