Duvall Police: Quit Pokemon’ing in the bushes around the station (VIDEO)

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DUVALL, Wash. -- Police will be the first to tell you that these are tense times after the shooting of officers in Dallas last week.

And the last thing they need is people lurking around the station while playing Pokemon Go.

We followed Duvall police Sgt. Lori Batiot, who showed how the game leads players to bushes outside the police station. They found some players back behind the police department, rustling in the bushes.

"With things going on recent days, the ambush shooting in Dallas, it's something that's present in our minds," she said.

Police say play the game all you want, but be smart and don't lurk around police stations, private businesses or anyone's home; they could think you're a criminal or a danger.



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