More Records, Oct. 18
WILLMAR -- Willmar police investigated a report of a burglary Thursday night at Double D Club, 1300 Lakeland Dr. S.E. The establishment had been locked the night before, but the front door was found open Friday morning and money was missing from the safe, according to an initial complaint report.
WILLMAR -- Three theft reports were investigated.
Willmar police said a red Tony Hawk bike, with yellow and white stickers and black speedometer, was taken Thursday afternoon from Wal-Mart Supercenter. The bike was valued at $120.
Police also said two 6-gallon gas tanks were stolen from a residence in the 1700 block of Country Club Drive. The theft was reported Thursday afternoon.
The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office received a report of the theft of a $1,000 Hoyt Intruder bow from the back of a truck parked in rural New London.
WILLMAR -- Willmar police released a 12-year-old girl to the custody of her parents after she was identified by a city Public Works employee spray painting equipment and the picnic shelter at Lincoln Park.
Police suspected two boys, 10 and 11, and another girl, 11, were also involved in the incident Thursday afternoon, but they were not positively identified.
Alberto Martinez, Willmar; Josefina Garcia Cordova, Willmar
Mathew Gary Magnuson, Willmar; Toni Marie Henry, Willmar