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Salvation Army suspends bell-ringer for allegedly hassling shopper

A charity has suspended a bell-ringer after a shopper said the person harassed him and scared his son while they were leaving a store in Inver Grove Heights.
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A charity has suspended a bell-ringer after a shopper said the person harassed him and scared his son while they were leaving a store in Inver Grove Heights.

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