Police say couple strips foreclosed home of $23,000 worth of appliances and other items

Police say couple hired a man to take toilets, light fixtures, appliances and even the kitchen sink from their former home that had been foreclosed on. A number of the missing goods were found in the couple's current home in Edina.
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Police say couple hired a man to take toilets, light fixtures, appliances and even the kitchen sink from their former home that had been foreclosed on. A number of the missing goods were found in the couple's current home in Edina.

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