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August 13, 2014 7:02 PM

Fort Mill officer seeks to fill seat with food for care center

Lt. Ray Dixon of the Fort Mill Police Department wants to fill the back seat of a patrol car with items for the Fort Mill Care Center rather suspects on Aug. 15. He will be in the Bi-Lo parking lot in Fort Mill most of the day.

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