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Five Juveniles Cited for Multiple Burglaries in Bismarck

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Bismarck police crack a case that involved burglaries at sixteen businesses and thousands of dollars in stolen merchandise.

Five juveniles are cited with the crimes that took place between July and December of last year.

Ninety citations for conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit criminal mischief were issued earlier this month.

Police say the juveniles stole close to 54-thousand dollars in merchandise and caused over 16-thousand dollars in damage at the area businesses.

It's not yet determined if the juveniles will be charged as adults.

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