Morrison County Sheriff’s Department

Jan. 5 — A theft was reported by a resident on Highway 27 in Pierz.

Jan. 7 — A Hummingbird depth finder, 10 – 12 fishing rods, a 12-volt deep cycle battery, a Coleman propane lantern and a 20-pound LP propane cylinder were stolen from a Hillman resident.

Jan. 7 —  A rear license plate was stolen from a vehicle while it was parked on Highway 115 in Little Falls.

Jan. 7 — A license plate was stolen from a camper while it was parked at a residence on Woodchuck Trail in Randall.

Jan. 7 — Five fishing rods with reels, an underwater camera, a fishing license along with the dark house shelter license, and a Coleman battery lantern were stolen from a fish house on Lake Alexander in Cushing. Items were valued at $500 –  $600.

Jan. 7 — A safe containing a number of guns was stolen from a residence on 160th Avenue in Royalton.

Jan. 10 —  Property damage at 370th Street in Hillman was reported.

Jan. 10 — A theft was reported by a resident on Highway 10 in Little Falls.

Jan. 10 — A resident on Highway 115 in Randall reported a theft.

Jan. 10 — Twelve tires, valued at $1,320, were stolen from OK Tire and Bait in Randall.

Jan. 13 — Copper wire was taken from an irrigation pivot on 200th Avenue and 83rd Street in Royalton. A tower box and pump panel were also broken.

Jan. 15 — A vehicle was burned at an automotive shop  on First Street in Swanville.

Jan. 16 — A theft was reported by a resident of 150th Avenue in Little Falls.

Jan. 17 — A resident of Stanek Drive in Little Falls reported a phone scam with someone pretending  to be from the IRS wanting money.

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