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Two Identified in Bigfork Burglaries

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The Flathead County Sheriff's office identifies two suspects allegedly involved in the string of six burglaries in the Bigfork area.  Sheriffs say surveillance photos released to the media led to numerous tips which helped them determine they were looking for 18-year-old Severin Gislason and 18-year-old Shane Christensen both of Kalispell.

Gislason has been charged with seven felonies, and was released by Flathead County Justice court on his own recognizance.

A warrant for Christensen's arrest has been issued, but his current whereabouts are unknown. Anyone with information is asked to call the Sheriff's Office at 758-5585, or Crimestoppers at 752-8477.

The investigation into the crime spree is continuing with further crimes being uncovered and further charges are possible.  

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