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Bellingham stores beef up security in response to rising crime

Armed guards patrol Home Depot

A homeless encampment is visible behind the Home Depot in Bellingham on May 4. City officials say an organized crime ring operates at the camp
A homeless encampment is visible behind the Home Depot in Bellingham on May 4. City officials say an organized crime ring operates at the camp (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Two armed security guards patrol the Bellingham Home Depot from open to close, safeguarding power to

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