Records for Jan. 26
This is the records summary for Jan. 26.Break-in WILLMAR -- Willmar police received a report Saturday night of a break-in at a residence in the 1000 block of Willmar Avenue Southwest. Entry was gained through the south door. The door frame was da...
This is the records summary for Jan. 26.
WILLMAR - Willmar police received a report Saturday night of a break-in at a residence in the 1000 block of Willmar Avenue Southwest. Entry was gained through the south door. The door frame was damaged. No items were reported stolen.
WILLMAR - A vehicle received minor to moderate damage after it struck a building in the 600 block of Litchfield Avenue Southwest early Saturday afternoon, according to a report to Willmar police. The driver went into the store and returned to find the vehicle had struck the building, resulting in minor damage to the building. Police did not know if the vehicle came out of gear or the driver failed to put the vehicle in park.
WILLMAR - A Willmar man reported Friday he had received a message from H&R Block that the IRS had received his tax return. However, the man said he had not filed his tax return yet. Willmar police advised the man to tell H&R Block and to give law enforcement the paperwork from H&R Block to do a follow-up.
WILLMAR - Several welding tools and a large Craftsman tool box were stolen from a garage in the 400 block of 30th Street Northwest. Willmar police were told the theft occurred between Wednesday night and Friday night.
WILLMAR - Casey’s General Store on 19th Avenue Southwest reported Friday night that the driver of a newer black Nissan Sentra two-door failed to pay for $20.69 in gas. The vehicle left heading south on Ninth Street Southwest.
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