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Red Wing police search for pottery thief

Police are looking for suspects that broke into the Red Wing Pottery storage facility and stole thousands of dollars worth of donated pottery items. The items were for use during the organization's children's program at their annual convention.
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Police are looking for suspects that broke into the Red Wing Pottery storage facility and stole thousands of dollars worth of donated pottery items. The items were for use during the organization's children's program at their annual convention.

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