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August 14 11:08 AM

Vandals of truck sought; reward offered

         BENTON, La.—Juveniles are believed to be behind a series of vandalism incidents at a local business.         Benton Police Chief Charles Pilkinton said that within the past week and a half vandals have broken the windshield of an 18-wheeler rig at Benton Farm Supply at the corner of Old Plain Dealing Road and Highway 3.
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