Police arrested a 60-year-old Minneapolis man while he was burglarizing a Fantastic Sam’s in Plymouth last Thursday, according to Eden Prairie police. The man is suspected in over 60 burglaries.
Home break-ins can leave families feeling vulnerable and police feeling frustrated by how difficult they are to solve. On average, more than 60 houses are broken into across Minnesota every day. Yet, only 15 percent of those cases end with an arrest.
Police had an unusual pursuit in Austin when a burglary suspect tried to flee down the Cedar River in kayak Sunday afternoon. Police say the incident began at around 5 p.m. at the Old Mill Restaurant, which hadn’t opened yet. An employee heard someone in the building and saw two men leaving out the back door.
A local theater is seeking the public’s help in finding a man who broke into their offices and stole computers and equipment. On May 31, a man broke into the Southern Theater at 1420 Washington Avenue in Minneapolis’ Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
Seems anywhere you turn these days somebody is trying to sell you a security system. But for a Rochester bait store owner, it was an unlikely — some might even say “obnoxious” — alarm that saved the day.
An Eden Prairie Police surveillance operation led to the arrest of 41-year-old male suspect, believed to have burglarized as many as 60 businesses in the metro.
A St. Cloud family woke up to an unwelcome guest on Friday as a burglar was attempting to steal electronics from the home while they were sleeping, according to police.
The Hennepin County District Court sentenced who they call a “chronic burglar” to more than nine years in prison.
Sheboygan County sheriff’s deputies say they’ve arrested a burglar who targeted homes of the recently deceased and their relatives.
Officers are looking for a man who burglarized a gas station in Minneapolis.
Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a man who burglarized over $1,000 worth of bicycles in a Minneapolis garage.
Police in Minneapolis said a man who broke into a business last week, fell off a roof and broke his pelvis.
Four more residential burglaries have occurred in west Edina, which police believe follow the pattern of three similar incidents in April and early May.