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Home burglaries in Marion, Arkansas leaves neighbors on edge


especially during the daytime since most of the homes are being accessed through the backyard. "I came home for lunch at noon, and as soon as I opened the door I could see the bedroom light in the hallway," said John Steele, Marion, Arkansas resident.


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