St. Paul Police: 2 Kids Safe After Thief Steals Unattended MinivanPolice say two children are safe after the unattended minivan they were in was stolen Tuesday night in St. Paul's Summit-University neighborhood.
Police In Twin Cities Warn Drivers: Don’t Leave Your Vehicle Running UnattendedDuring these cold, frigid days, police in Minneapolis and St. Paul want people to be mindful of leaving their cars running unattended.
Dog Taken During Vehicle Theft Reunited With FamilyA dog who was inside a vehicle in Woodbury when it was stolen Sunday has been found.
Car Thieves Steal SUV With Labradoodle Inside In WoodburyCar thieves stole at least two vehicles Sunday morning in Woodbury, including one with a dog inside.
In Just 1 Month, Minneapolis Car Thefts Almost Double 2019's TotalLeaving keys in a running car is a winter sin most Minnesota drivers have committed.
Minneapolis Police Warn About A Rise In Auto Thefts This Year“We're having on average 13 cars stolen a day.”
'Thank You For Breaking Into My Truck': Neighbor Posts Sign After Thieves Target Cars In St. MichaelSome drivers in the far northwest metro woke up to an unwelcome sight this weekend. The Wright County Sherriff's office is investigating a string of car thefts in the city of St. Michael.
Minneapolis Police: Older Hondas Targeted In Recent Car Theft UptickSince March 1, 37 cars have been lifted from neighborhoods in northeast Minneapolis. Over the past few weeks, older Hondas have been the car of choice for criminals.
Report: Auto Thefts Up In Minneapolis A new crime report shows there were 379 auto thefts in Minneapolis between Jan. 1 and March 7. That's up from 272 in the same time period from 2015.
Police Seek Suspect In Maple Grove Auto TheftsThe Maple Grove Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify a suspect in a series of recent car thefts. Authorities have received several reports of car thefts at an apartment complex on the 8200 block of Main Street.
Mpls. Police: Downtown Car Break-Ins Up 30%inneapolis Police officers found an entertaining way to address a serious problem. The department made a video meant to warn people of the dangers of not securing valuables when shopping and parking downtown. "With it being Christmas, I mean they're always expecting more gifts, more items to be in the car, so they're out searching more," said Officer Chad Nelson.