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Stolen: $5,600 In Concert Tickets From Brainerd Liquor Store

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(credit: Brainerd Police)

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police say two men allegedly stole $5,600 in “Hairball” concert tickets from a safe at Cash Wise Liquor in Brainerd, Minn.

Police say the theft occurred on March 27. A crime alert was issued Monday.

According to police, two men in their 50s entered the store. While one distracted an employee, the other stole an envelope from the safe that contained the tickets.

The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) said in an incident report that the men were probably trying to steal money and didn’t know they had taken tickets.

The same men are believed to be suspects in a theft from Grand Rapids and other areas of the state. Police say one of the men was wearing a Minnesota Twins baseball hat.

If you have information on the suspects, contact police.

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