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Mitchell police searching for woman involved in Dakota Sunset robbery

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The Dakota Sunset at the corner of West Havens and Ohlman Street was robbed at approximately 5 A.M. Tuesday morning. Police are still searching for the woman who robbed the store. (Matt Gade/Republic)
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