Police in Minneapolis today are investigating a rash of home break-ins.
Burglars have broken into at least 42 homes in North Minneapolis over the past two weeks.
St. Paul police are seeking help in the search for a man they believe is behind a rash of burglaries. Investigators believe the same man is behind at least four business break-ins. The break-ins occurred at Core Power Yoga on Grand Avenue, Steele Fitness on Grand Avenue, the Minnesota Museum of American Art on East 4th Street and the Victory Ramp Deli on North Wabasha Street.
Take your valuables out of your car before you head to the lake, park or to a Twins game. Last year, Minneapolis police dealt with nearly 4,000 car break-ins, and they say there have been 1,200 so far this year.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested, after police say he’s suspected in multiple car break-ins.
Police are looking for four men involved in a violent break-in in Lexington.
Police think one man is responsible for a string of at least 4 home break-ins in Minneapolis this week.
Burglars are hitting a Minneapolis neighborhood hard, and after close to a half-dozen break-ins last week alone, residents fear the crime could continue.
St. Paul Police are encouraging drivers to take simple steps to avoid having their valuables stolen from their parked cars.