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Police Hope Bilingual Hotline Will Get People Talking

July 20, 2006  | 

In Harrisburg, Penn., police are now using a bilingual hotline in hopes of gathering some new leads. Police said the Hispanic population could hold the key to cracking open some tough cases. So, the city wants to make sure those voices can be heard. The line is open for any tips regarding serious crimes.Click here to read the entire article.

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