Copper stolen from work site [UPDATED]

Published 9:56am Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Updated 11:58am Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Construction workers in rural Pelican Rapids reported that some copper trim worth as much as $300 had been stolen from a work site sometime between Sept. 21 and 24.

The copper was noticed missing Monday at 20247 South Pelican Dr., and a subsequent search Tuesday could not locate, prompting the call to law enforcement. Though the sheriff’s office did not release how much copper was stolen, the trim was described as “Z”-style trim.

Anyone with possible information about the theft is asked to call law enforcement at 998-8555.

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