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Police take possession of piano men were pushing down street

RAPID CITY (AP) -- Rapid City police are asking residents if anyone is missing a piano. Police say they responded to a call early Friday about two men pushing a piano down the street. The area is close to several storage units that have recently ...

RAPID CITY (AP) - Rapid City police are asking residents if anyone is missing a piano.

Police say they responded to a call early Friday about two men pushing a piano down the street. The area is close to several storage units that have recently been burglarized.

A witness who called police said the men abandoned the Hallet Davis & Co. piano when they saw him and ran away.

The piano has been placed in police custody.

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