North Dakota Hospital Stumped About Stuffed Animals

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By Kelli Sutterman

FARGO, North Dakota (AP) — The evidence is soft, and the facts are a little fuzzy.

For the past week, someone has been leaving stuffed animals on vehicles in a parking ramp at Sanford Medical Center in downtown Fargo.

Hospital spokeswoman Andrea Voorhees tells The Forum that no one knows who is doing it, or why.

Security notified police but officers didn't find anything suspicious enough to file a report. Voorhees says the situation is odd but doesn't appear to be threatening.

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