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Police seek help in finding suspect who damaged road by driving through wet concrete

FARGO - Fargo police are asking for help in identifying who drove 500 feet of wet concrete on 12th Avenue North this past weekend. The truck or sport-utility vehicle that left the tracks in the freshly poured road drove through the construction p...

FARGO - Fargo police are asking for help in identifying who drove 500 feet of wet concrete on 12th Avenue North this past weekend.

The truck or sport-utility vehicle that left the tracks in the freshly poured road drove through the construction project sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday and 4 a.m. Sunday, Sgt. Mark Lykken said in a news release.

It caused about $25,000 in damage, Lykken said.

Police are asking for any information about vehicles with concrete on them. A pylon was struck and had red paint on it, so the vehicle may be red, Lykken said.

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