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A Busy Thursday For Local Police

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What a day for Moose Jaw Police yesterday, as they zig zagged the city dealing with a host of different accidents.

Out of 23 calls for service there were 13 accidents, 5 were hit and runs and one was a vehicle pedestrian collision, but the person was treated as a precaution.

One person was also charged with possession of stolen property and obstructing a police officer.  A stolen vehicle was recovered in the investigation and the suspect is also wanted in connection to a theft in Regina.

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