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Thousands Worth of Tires Stolen from Local Business

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Nearly ten-thousand dollars worth of tires are stolen from a local business.

An employee with LSI Truck Sales says he noticed a padlock on a company trailer was broken.

Thirty-two tires were taken worth $9,840 dollars were missing.

The theft happened sometime between November 19th and December 10th.

Bismarck police say the 24 of the tires are Wingfoot tires. The other eight are Firestone. All are 22.5 tires.

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