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Post-Bulletin, Rochester, MN

Wednesday, November 1, 1967

Gerald Boyum, a farmer of Farmington Twp., Minn., returned from a weekend fishing trip to find two rifles, a shotgun and car accessories missing from his home. While he was calling the sheriff, a strange car with two youths drove up. Boyum held the two at shotgun point. Deputies arrived, searched their car, and found the missing firearms in the trunk.

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