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Wanted: North Ridgeville police searching for groundhog for spring ‘fraud complaint’

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE – The North Ridgeville Police Department and K-9 unit are searching for a certain rodent that may have indicated spring would arrive sooner than it has.

They claim that “on or about February 2” an unknown rodent said winter would be gone in 6 weeks.

Tonight, Northeast Ohio is supposed to get snow, and police are not happy with this rodent’s fraudulent claims.

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They describe the suspect as 8 inches tall and say he has shifty eyes.

K-9 units are on high alert for the suspect.

North Ridgeville officials are reminding residents to be cautious on the roads tonight.