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City officials say they are being have received an increasing number of reports of a person or people impersonating fire inspectors to gain access to local businesses to commit thefts. On one occasion, an imposter "fire marshal" entered a business and pocketed several high-dollar items, including a Rolex watch, according to police. The same man has tried the same ploy at several businesses, accor…
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