June 14 — An attempt was made to break into a vacant home on North Ironwood Drive in Royalton.
June 14 — A window was damaged on a home on 20th Street in Bowlus.
June 15 — A business on Superior Avenue in Randall reported a theft.
June 16 — Two coolers were stolen from Cedar Lake Campgrounds on Abaca Road in Burtrum. Total value of coolers and contents was approximately $250.
June 16 — The windshield on a pickup was smashed while it was parked on Harness Road in Little Falls.
June 17 — A Pierz resident reported a theft.
June 17 — Approximately $1,000 worth of various small snowmobile parts, a 144-inch studded snowmobile track valued at approximately $500 and a 2-inch waste pump with a five horsepower Briggs and Stratton motor, approximate value $375, were stolen from a vacant home on 253rd Street in Fort Ripley.
June 17 — A business on Second Avenue North in Bowlus was broken into. While nothing appeared to be missing, about $250 – $350 in damage was done.
June 17 — A business on North Main Street in Upsala was broken into. Pry marks were found on a door and a fireproof file cabinet.
June 19 — A business on 320th Street in Cushing reported a gas drive-off.
June 20 — A blue piece of commercial carpet, valued at $200 was stolen from a van on Edgar Drive in Little Falls.
June 21 — A resident on Sage Road in Hillman reported a theft.
June 23 — A resident on 370th Avenue in Hillman reported a burglary.
June 25 — Someone pumped $64.01 worth of gasoline at a gas station on 320th Street in Cushing and left without paying for it.
June 25 — Someone stole an iPhone, valued at $500, while the owner was at an establishment on Highway 115 in Little Falls.
June 25 — Someone spray painted black letters and a black sign on the concrete in front of a garage at a residence on 70th Avenue in Little Falls.
June 26 — An air conditioning unit was stolen from the window of a home on 73rd Street in Royalton.
June 27 — Someone attempted to break in to a shed at a property on 320th Street in Cushing. The combination lock had been broken off, appearing as though someone used a brick to hit the lock until it broke.
June 27 — A cell phone was stolen while its owner was at an establishment on Highway 115 in Little Falls.