Little Falls Police Department

Sept. 29 — Someone broke the windshield wiper off a vehicle parked at a residence on Second Avenue Southwest.

Sept. 29 — Someone used some type of bar to attempt to gain access to a vehicle, causing damage. The vehicle was parked at a residence on Fourth Street Southwest.

Sept. 30 — A resident on Buck Lane reported someone had stolen their wallet and keys that had been left on the resident’s table.

Sept. 30 — A business on Broadway West reported a shoplifter.

Oct. 1 — A resident on Hilton Road reported a theft.

Oct. 1 — A business on 18th Street Northeast reported a shoplifter stole a plastic bin full of items valued at $822.

Oct. 2 — A business on Broadway East reported a shoplifter.

Oct. 3 — Someone parked in the parking lot at a business on 18th Street Northeast reported someone had damaged their vehicle with a cart.

Oct. 4 — A business on Broadway West reported a theft of two lighters valued at $5.99 each.

Oct. 4 — A resident on First Street Southeast reported a theft by check incident.

Oct. 5 — A resident on 10th Street Southwest reported someone had started a fire in their mailbox.

Oct. 7 — A resident on Third Avenue Northwest reported someone had egged their garage.

Oct. 7 — A resident on Sixth Street Southwest reported a theft.

Oct. 8 — A resident on Fourth Street Northwest reported someone had stolen three Halloween decorations including a wreath, plastic ghost and an LED light spider, valued at $45.

Oct. 8 —A business on 18th Street Northeast reported a shoplifter.

Oct. 9 — A resident on Seventh Street Northeast reported a theft.

Oct. 9 — A resident on Seventh Street Northeast reported a theft.

Oct. 10 — A resident on Fourth Street Northeast reported the theft of a fire pit from the backyard.

Oct. 10 — A resident on Oak Lane reported a possible scam when trying to sell an item on Craigslist. An interested buyer sent a check larger than the amount of the item being sold and the seller was asked to figure out shipping and send the remaining money back to the buyer.

Oct. 10 — A resident on Seventh Street Northeast reported the theft of items from their vehicle.

Oct. 13 — A resident on Lindbergh Drive North reported a total of six mailboxes had been damaged from their residence all the way to Bjerga’s Feed.

Oct. 12 — A resident on Lindbergh Drive North reported someone had smashed the passenger side window while it was parked at the residence.

Oct. 13 — A resident on Fifth Street Southeast reported the theft of two flags from their yard. The value of the flags was estimated at $60.

Oct. 13 — A resident on First Avenue Southeast reported that someone had broken out the side window of their vehicle and dented the exterior while it was parked at the residence.

Oct.13 — A resident on Eighth Street Northeast reported a theft.

Oct. 14 — A resident on Sixth Street Northeast reported that someone had driven over a bush in their yard and struck the avenue sign on the street.

Oct. 16 — A resident on Eighth Street Northwest reported a theft.

Oct. 16 — A resident on Fourth Street Southwest issued a damage to property complaint.

 

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