Little Falls Police Department

Nov. 29 — Locks on a couple of storage units located on Highway 371 and County road 76 in Little Falls were damaged.

Nov. 30 — A possible theft at Iron Hills Pawn Shop on First Street Northeast was reported.

Dec. 3 — A resident on Broadway West reported someone kicked in the side door to the garage leaving a dirty shoe print. Stolen from the vehicle inside the garage was the control panel for a Pioneer Super Tuner II CD player, valued at $200.

Dec. 3 — A resident on Sixth Avenue Southeast reported a theft.

Dec. 3 — A resident on Fourth Street Southeast reported damage to property.

Dec. 3 — A resident on Third Street Northwest reported an attempted break-in.

Dec. 3 — A resident on Sixth Street Northeast reported someone damaged their property.

Dec. 4 — Someone forced entry into the storage shed at the soccer fields on Pine Avenue. Nothing was reported missing.

Dec. 4 —  A resident on Third Street Northwest reported damage done to their property.

Dec. 4 — A vehicle left running outside to warm up on Second Avenue was stolen.

Dec. 5 — A resident on Third Street Northeast reported a purse had been stolen from the residence in their absence.

Dec. 5 — A resident on Fifth Street Southwest reported a possible burglary had occurred while they were away. The service door to the garage was kicked in.

Dec. 5 — A resident on Third Street Southeast reported someone pulled wires from under the dash of their vehicle and pulled out the dome light.

Dec. 5 — A resident on Third Street Southeast reported someone damaged their property.

Dec. 5 — A resident on Broadway Avenue West reported their property had been damaged.

Dec. 5 — A resident on Ninth Avenue Northwest reported a burglary.

Dec. 5 — A resident on First Avenue Northeast reported a theft.

Dec. 6 — A business on 18th Street Northeast reported a shoplifting incident.

Dec. 7 — A resident on Seventh Avenue Southwest reported a possible burglary at a neighbor’s residence, when they saw two subjects with a flashlight go through the rear window. Officers found the home secure and were unable to make contact with anyone at the residence.

Dec. 7 — A fire hydrant on Broadway East was struck and damaged.

Dec. 8 — A resident on Lindbergh Drive North reported a theft had occurred at their residence.

Dec. 10 — A resident on 11th Street Southeast reported a break-in and possible burglary. A shed had been broken into earlier in the day and resecured with padlock. Later the shed door was found open, but it was unclear whether anything had been taken.

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