Little Falls Police Department

Aug. 4 — Someone scratched a vehicle numerous times on the driver side quarter panel and top of the hood on the driver’s side, while it was parked on Eighth Street Southeast.

Aug. 5 — A resident on First Street Southeast reported damage had been done to their property.

Aug. 6 — A resident on Fifth Avenue Northeast reported receiving a lottery ticket in the mail that when scratched, appeared to be a winner. The resident had to call a number and they told the resident they wanted to come to his home and demonstrate a dehumidifier and he would be entered into a drawing.

Aug. 7 — A resident on First Street Northeast reported a scam in which someone called saying they were from Lifeline and that the resident could receive free Lifeline services and also be eligible for $5,000.

Aug. 8 — Someone stole $700 from a wallet left at a business on LeMieur Street.

Aug. 8 — A business on 18th Street Northeast reported a shoplifting incident.

Aug. 9 — Someone stole loose change from a residence on Third Street Northwest.

Aug. 10 — Someone stole 15 T-shirts from a residence on First Street Southeast.

Aug. 11 — Someone stole a model truck that was on display at the Morrison County Fair.

Aug. 11 — Someone stole items on display at the Morrison County Fair.

Aug. 11 — Someone stole a saw and 1-foot by 6-foot decking from a residence on Eighth Street Northwest.

Aug. 11 — Someone stole a purse from a vehicle parked behind an establishment on First Street Southeast. The purse contained the owner’s driver’s license and Social Security card, as well as a GPS unit and numerous credit cards.

Aug. 12 — A resident on 18th Street Northeast reported a theft.

Aug. 12 — A business on 18th Street Northeast reported a theft.

Aug. 13 — Someone stole a debit card from a resident on Third Street Northeast and used it at a convenience store.

Aug. 13 — Someone stole a swing and the chains for the swing from a playground on Fourth Street and First Avenue Northeast. The value was $400.

 

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