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You know that feeling when you're buying something on Craigslist and you've got a pocketful of cash and you're going to meet a complete stranger?
La Crosse police understand and they're hoping for some safer transactions in the city.
City police have set up a safe exchange zone for those who buy from blind ads on websites like Craigslist and Ebay.
The Private Party Exchange Zone is at the Grand River Station on Jay St. in La Crosse. It's basically a couple of 15 minute parking spots on the 300 block of Jay St. that police have set aside to make those online transactions.
Police say they created the zone because it was well lit, centrally located and covered by 12 surveillance cameras.
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