Authorities in northern Minnesota are asking for help as they are investigating a pair of burglaries from businesses near Sauk Rapids. The Benton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary that took place on the early-morning hours of Oct. 13 at Mimbach Fleet Supply near Sauk Rapids.
A couple that has been accused in a rash of recent musical instrument thefts from local colleges is now also charged with stealing things from real estate open houses. Police arrested Michael Joseph Lippert and Nicole Marie Korolchuk last week after word went out that the two were wanted for a string of musical instrument thefts.
Police made some quick arrests after several musical instruments were stolen from local college campuses. On Friday, St. Paul Police asked for the public’s help in locating a couple suspected in the burglaries. A few hours later, Sgt. Paul Paulos received a phone call from Richfield Police, who said they had the couple in custody.
Burnsville Police are investigating ten burglaries in the southeast part of the city within the last couple months. According to Burnsville Police Chief Eric Gieseke, the burglaries occurred between May 21 and June 26. The suspect or suspects usually strike during daytime hours. They knock on the front door or ring the doorbell of a residence, and if no one comes to the door, they force their way inside.
The Coon Rapids Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify at least two suspects who are responsible for two recent burglaries at Coon Rapids High School. Authorities said Wednesday they’re offering up to $300 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people responsible for the incidents, which took place May 11 and May 19.
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office said that three gang members have been charged with a number of Minneapolis-area crimes, including shootings and burglaries.
Minneapolis Police have issued a crime alert, warning residents of a string of home burglaries that occurred last month.
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.
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Police have arrested a 34-year-old man they believe is responsible for a rash of burglaries in September at Chaska apartment complexes.
Police are warning Minneapolis residents that a neighborhood in the city’s fourth precinct has seen a significant number of robberies in recent weeks.
The Minneapolis Police Department is alerting north Minneapolis residents to a rash of burglaries.
A man was caught on camera breaking into several apartment complexes in Chaska, and then heading straight for the underground garages to do even more damage.
Minneapolis Police consider bikes one of the most popular things to steal, but this summer they’ve been especially hot.