Morrison County Sheriff’s Department

May 23 — Someone shot a hole in a bluebird house on property on 243rd Street, Fort Ripley.

May 24 —  A resident on Barrel Road in Burtrum reported the theft of $5,000 – $6,000 worth of machinery parts and iron and scrap metal.

May 24 — A resident on 213th Street in Little Falls reported a burglary.

May 25 — Someone broke the back windows out of two trucks parked on Lake Road in Pierz, while the owners were fishing on Pierz Fish Lake.

May 25 — Someone pumped $19.84 worth of gasoline at an establishment in Cushing and drove off without paying for it.

May 26 — A resident on 398th Avenue in Little Falls, reported someone on an ATV or side-by-side tore up their driveway.

May 26 — A resident on 400th Avenue in Hillman reported someone in a truck damaged their alfalfa field.

May 26 — Someone vandalized a dumpster on Haven Road by painting graffiti on it.

May 27 — A resident on Sage Road in Hillman reported a theft.

May 28 — A resident on 130th Avenue in Little Falls reported a burglary.

May 30 — A truck was stolen from a residence on Twin Lakes Road in Little Falls and later recovered on Highway 10, north of Little Falls.

May 30 — A business on Third Street in Swanville reported a theft.

May 30 — Two ATVs were stolen from a shed on property located on 125th Avenue in Little Falls. Someone had dug out the dirt underneath and made entry to a shed where the ATVs were stored.

June 2 — A convenience store in Royalton reported someone had pumped $35.88 in gasoline and drove off without paying for it.

June 3 — A resident on 93rd Street in Royalton reported a theft.

June 5 — Two 20-pound propane cylinders and a black cast iron pig roaster on wheels were stolen from a truck and garage at a residence located on Haven Road in Little Falls.

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