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Another Store Robbed in Salem Early Sunday Morning
(February 4, 2018, 3:06 am) SALEM, Ore
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Yet another robbery in Salem was committed at the Circle K store early Sunday morning by a lone suspect. After arriving on scene and setting up a perimeter around the area of the store police started a K-9 track.


Serial Robber in Salem Police Looking For Your Help
(January 30, 2018, 9:45 pm) SALEM, Ore
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A serial robber is still at large in the Salem area and the Salem Police are asking for your help. The incidents have all occurred later in the evening and in several of the robberies the suspect displayed a small handgun.


Motorhome Chase Leads to Shots Fired by Police
(January 29, 2018, 1:29 pm) SALEM, Ore
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Four Salem Police Officers were involved in a on duty shooting following a dangerous incident in which a motorhome struck two police patrol vehicles. Sergeant James Welsh, Corporal Andrew Connolly, Corporal Mark Seyfried and Officer Pence Hodges all fired at the suspect during the incident.