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4/30/04

LPD Invites Residents To Visit Mobile Unit

If you have any concerns about crime in your neighborhood, the Lubbock Police want to hear about it.

The P.D's Mobile Unit and Mounted Patrol will be stationed at 25th and Flint Saturday, May 1st. That's the Southeast corner of Tech Terrace Park. Lubbock Police invite all residents in the area to come out and visit between the hours of eight a.m. and six p.m. Councilman Gary Boren will also be on hand to talk with residents of his district.

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