- Associated Press - Wednesday, September 24, 2014

FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) - The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office is investigating whether gasoline prices in the state’s portion of the Four Corners region are too high.

The Daily Times ((https://bit.ly/1mRHJDT ) reports that the office says it is investigating because it has received numerous complaints about extremely high gas prices.

Office spokeswoman Lynn Southard says the office doesn’t release details on open investigations and she cannot specify how many complaints were made.

According to Southard, the investigation’s findings will be released after the investigation is completed.,

The Attorney General’s Office conducted a similar investigation in the Hobbs area about a year ago.

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