Little Falls Police Department

April 15 — A theft was reported on Second Avenue Northeast.

April 16 — Information on debit card transaction fraud was forwarded to the Morrison County Attorney’s Office from the Todd County Sheriff’s Office.

April 16 — A theft of a Vexlar fish locator, valued at $300, was reported stolen from a resident on Eighth Street Northwest.

April 16 — A burglary and theft of a television from a residence on 10th Street Southwest was reported.

April 17 — A resident on Hilton Road reported her computer had been hacked and all her contacts were receiving emails requesting money to help her get out of Turkey.

April 19 — A vehicle was damaged while the owner was shopping in Little Falls.

April 20 — An incidence of shoplifting was reported by a business on Second Avenue Northeast.

April 23 — Several thefts were reported by a business on Second Avenue Northeast.

April 23 — A business on West Broadway Avenue reported a $15 item was taken from the store without payment.

April 24 — A homeowner on Fourth Street Southeast reported someone had banged into the trim around the front door and created marks on the door jam.

April 24 — The owner of an unoccupied home on Seventh Street Northwest reported someone entered and took an oak kitchen island with granite top, stainless steel kitchen sink, green metal flower pot, two white lace tablecloths, a bottle of wine and four wine glasses. The back door was unlocked but the owner believed it was locked the previous week.

April 26 — A stop sign was hit and knocked over on the corner of Sixth Street and Third Avenue Northeast.

April 26 — Two rings worth $7,000 were taken from a restroom in a convenience store on First Street Northeast.

April 29 — Someone went into a garage on Seventh Street Northeast and took brass and copper fittings.

April 29 — A theft was reported on Third Street Southeast.