Little Falls Police report

April 29 — A business on Broadway East reported a theft in which a person rented an orange Husqvarna Model K760 cutoff saw and did not return it. The value of the saw is approximately $800.
April 29 — A resident on Second Avenue Southeast reported a scam in which a person contacted the resident about an $800 wood stove the resident had for sale on Craigslist. The caller sent a check for $2,175, telling the resident to cash the check, keep $800 and send the remainder of the money with people who would pick up the wood stove. Bank staff informed the resident the check was no good.
April 30 — A resident on Kidder Street and First Avenue Southeast reported a theft.
April 30 — Someone stole a purse while the owner was at a business on LeMieur Street.
May 1 — A business on 18th Street Northeast reported a theft.
May 2 — A business on Second Avenue Northeast reported a theft.
May 3 — Someone stole several carpet laying type drill bits, valued at $400, from an unlocked vehicle parked on First Street Northeast.
May 3 — A resident on Eighth Street Northwest reported a scam in which a person identifying themselves as being from the Internal Revenue Service called asking for personal information.
May 4 — A resident on Riverwood Drive reported the theft of a Mira Co BMX bicycle, black with white seat, with two white pegs on the right side, a yellow chain, silver crank arms and a white headset. The bike is valued at $400.
May 5 — A resident on 11th Street Northeast reported someone had stolen the rear license plate from their vehicle.
May 5 — A resident on Third Avenue Northeast reported a scam in which someone claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service left a message and a call-back number, claiming that the resident had five felonies charged against them and that if the resident did not respond, the resident would be arrested.
May 7 — Someone broke into a vehicle parked at the owner’s residence on Sixth Street Southwest. The vehicle was damaged and a number of items were stolen from the trunk.
May 9 — Someone rented items from a store on Second Avenue Northeast and did not return them, with late fees adding up to $193.05.
May 9 — A resident on Heron Road reported a case of identity theft.
May 9 — A resident on Third Street Southwest reported a theft.
May 10 — A resident on Riverwood Drive reported a scam in which someone called claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service.
May 10 — A resident on Seventh Street Southeast reported a burglary.
May 11 — A resident on Third Street Southwest reported a scam in which someone called claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service.