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UPDATE: Donations Pour In For The Moscow Special Olympics Team

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MOSCOW, Idaho -

UPDATE: The Moscow Rebels have been able to borrow enough equipment from other teams and raise enough money for new equipment to compete in the State Winter Games. They want to thank everyone for their support in this time of need.


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Moscow Police confirm a thief broke into a storage facility on the 1900 block of South Main Street and stole a significant amount of equipment from the Moscow Special Olympics Team. They are competitors in the State Winter Games which are just weeks away and now they don't have enough equipment to compete. If you have any information or can help the team in anyway, call the Moscow Police at (208) 882-2677.

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