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Christmas decorations stolen from several Mitchell homes

The Mitchell Police Division is seeking information regarding the theft of Christmas decorations from several residential properties in Mitchell. Authorities say that between Nov. 30 and Dec. 6, residences in the 500 block of South Minnesota Stre...

The Mitchell Police Division is seeking information regarding the theft of Christmas decorations from several residential properties in Mitchell.

Authorities say that between Nov. 30 and Dec. 6, residences in the 500 block of South Minnesota Street, 1200 Jo Gene Court, 900 North Harmon and 900 West Third Avenue in Mitchell had Christmas decorations, including LED and laser light projectors, stolen from their yards.

Anyone with information in relation to this incident or who witnessed suspicious activity in the area at the time of the incident, or anyone with information relating to any other crime, is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 996-1700.

Callers do not have to identify themselves, and a cash reward is available if information leads to the arrest of the subject or subjects involved. There are no caller IDs attached to the phone line. To send a crime tip via text message, text "MITCS" plus a message to 274637.

Tips may also be submitted by email at mitchellcrimestoppers.org.

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A minimum of $250 is paid for rewards on all Crimes of the Week solved through Crime Stoppers. Mitchell Area Crime Stoppers Inc. offers this reward.

To date, 346 crimes have been solved through information from Crime Stoppers.

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