It's Cold Out And Police In Missouri Have A Request Police in Warrensburg would like everyone to cut them a break. They posted on their Facebook page, asking the public to keep crime to a minimum over the next three days because it's just too cold.
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It's Cold Out And Police In Missouri Have A Request

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It's Cold Out And Police In Missouri Have A Request

It's Cold Out And Police In Missouri Have A Request

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Police in Warrensburg would like everyone to cut them a break. They posted on their Facebook page, asking the public to keep crime to a minimum over the next three days because it's just too cold.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Maybe you've heard it's winter. And it's cold outside, exceptionally so in parts of the Midwest, which are seeing temperatures in the minus double digits, which is why the Warrensburg Police Department in Missouri would like everyone to cut them a break. They posted on their Facebook page, asking the public to keep crime to a minimum over the next three days because it's just too cold. Go do yourself and us a favor. Stay inside, be nice to each other, and watch reruns of "Say Yes To The Dress."

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