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The University of Minnesota will get increased police patrols after five people were shot in Dinkytown on Friday night.
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The University of Minnesota will get increased police patrols after five people were shot in Dinkytown on Friday night.

More police to patrol U of M area after Dinkytown shootings

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Five people were shot near the corner of 14th Avenue SE. and 4th Street on Friday night, and three of the victims were U students. More officers from the Minneapolis Police Department and the University of Minnesota's police force will begin patrolling Dinkytown this week.
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