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Thursday August 09, 2018 (2 months ago)


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PLYMOUTH – The owner of a towing company which tows for local police believed his windshield may have taken some sort of pellet or gunfire while he was traveling south on Route 3 just before the Sagamore Bridge this afternoon. … Continue reading →

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