ST. PAUL (WCCO) — Haskell’s Liquor Store representatives say burglars stole $12,000 worth of liquor at their St. Paul location early Friday morning.
According to Haskell’s President Brian Ferrell, the burglars broke into the store around 4:20 a.m.
“Front door broken into — literally ripped off the hinges,” he said. “The burglars came into the store and went to the office. They stole yesterday’s receipts along with quite a bit of product.”
Ferrell added that they took mostly liquor, including Patron tequila and Grey Goose vodka.
“They left a lot of really high-end stuff right next to it,” he said. “They weren’t the brightest guys.”
However, the burglars did take a bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne, according to Haskell’s Chairman of the Board Jack Ferrell.