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SCSU Starts School Year With High Crime Rate [AUDIO]

ST. CLOUD – There has been a rash of burglaries in Southeast St. Cloud all year, and now that the St. Cloud State University students are back on campus, the number of break-ins seem to have only gotten worse.

SCSU student Amber Ruprecht says she thinks school officials are doing as much as they can.

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St. Cloud State officials also issued a “safety alert” already this  school year.  Police were called about an assault on campus that happened late Sunday night.  The student says he was attacked by four men as he left Sherburne Hall.

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