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PHOTO: Break-in investigation

PHOTO: Break-in investigation
Joel Reinesch, a Mitchell Public Safety Department detective, looks through a basement window Tuesday afternoon at 811 W. Fifth Ave. in Mitchell after a report of a possible break-in. Officials said Tuesday night it appeared to be a false alarm. (Chris Huber/Republic)
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