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Free community shred day in Marion

(Source: AP Images) (Source: AP Images)
MARION, IL (KFVS) -

Two Illinois lawmakers are co-hosting a community shred day in hopes of helping people prevent identity theft.

State Representative John Bradley and State Senator Gary Forby will host it along with the Man-Tra-Con Corporation.

The shred day will take place on Saturday, August 1 at the parking lot of Man-Tra-Con Corporation at the Illinois Centre Mall in Marion. It will run from 9:00 a.m. until noon.

People are welcome to bring any paper work they want to get rid of that contains sensitive information like social security numbers, bank statements, medical records or old pay stubs.

It is free and open to everyone. There is a limit of two boxes per person. All paper clips, staples, or other bindings should be removed.

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