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Police Debut New SUV

May 30, 2013

The Valley City Police Department recently purchased two Tahoes. This one will be used as a patrol vehicle while the other will replace an unmarked vehicle.

Valley City police can now be seen by the public in new vehicles. Tahoes recently purchased by the Valley City Police Department are here and on the streets.
The vehicles at about $31,000 each, were purchased instead of sedans for practical reasons Valley City Police Chief Fred Thompson told the Times-Record in a previous interview. One will be used as a patrol vehicle while the other will replace an unmarked vehicle.
Read more in Thursday's Times-Record.

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