6 Suspects Caught In N. Minneapolis Home Break-In WavePolice 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.
2 Minneapolis Neighborhoods See Wave Of BurglariesOver a five-day period, two small neighborhoods along the western edge of Minneapolis have seen 10 home burglaries. Police say that several of the burglaries in the Willard Hay and Lind Bohanon neighborhoods appear to be related. Burglars have taken household electronics, cash and other items, though in several cases the homes were not entered.
Maple Grove Man Charged In More BurglariesA 20-year-old man believed to be responsible for 14 burglaries and attempted burglaries in the last several months has now been charged with five counts of first-degree burglary in Maple Grove.
Maple Grove Man, 20, Arrested & Charged In Multiple BurglariesCoon Rapids police say they've arrested a 20-year-old man who is believed to be responsible for 14 burglaries and attempted burglaries in the last several months.
Maple Grove Police: Burglaries On Rise Near Eagle LakeMaple Grove police are urging residents who live near Eagle Lake to keep an eye out after three burglaries were reported in the past month. The first burglary happened on Jan. 16 at a home on the 11800 block of 65th Avenue, the second on Feb. 6 on the 11200 block of Red Fox Drive and the third on the 9600 block of 64th Avenue.
Police: Minneapolis Crime At Lowest Rate In 30 YearsMinneapolis Police said crime rates in the city are the lowest they've been for decades. And on Thursday, they're discussing what strategies and public safety efforts are planned to keep the city safe in 2015.
Simple Changes To The Home May Mean Burglars Will Stay AwayHome 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 Seek Suspects In Alexandria Pawn Shop BurglariesAuthorities are asking for the public's help to find suspects involved in a pair of pawn shop burglaries in Alexandria Tuesday morning. Alexandria Police said two burglaries were reported in the early-morning hours at Viking Pawn on the 400 block of Broadway and Alex Pawn on the 400 block of Nokomis.