Crimes

May 26—Gina Lebrun, Swanville, reported that someone shot paintballs at her residence.

May 25—Kevin Maslowski, Little Falls, reported that the Star Tribune machine was missing from in front of the Sobieski Creamery. The approximate value of the machine was $500.

May 24—Lind Realty, Swan River, reported that a house had been vandalized. No dollar amount was available.

May 24—Dale Anderson, Cushing, reported that someone stole his red extended cab vehicle, license # JYY072, from inside a shed.

May 23—Todd Shereck, Motley, reported that someone cut two American flags off the ropes of a pole. The flags were estimated to have a value of $22.

May 22—Richard Wanty, Morrill, reported that someone stole his 357 taurus titanium tracker gun. No dollar amount was available.

May 22—Duane Bleichner, Hillman, reported that his vehicle (license plate # JGC396) was stolen from his residence.

May 20—Steven Keehr, Belle Prairie, reported that someone broke into his residence and took four guns (a 270, 3030, and two shotguns). No dollar amount was available.

May 19—Steve Lemieur, Little Falls, reported that a CD player was stolen from his 1992 Toyota Camry while it was parked at Auto Max. The CD player was valued at $200.

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