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Records published June 21

This is the records summary for June 21.VandalismWILLMAR -- Police received a report around 10:20 a.m. Sunday that a swastika and racial threats had been drawn in a bathroom stall at the Willmar Cub Foods store on the 2200 block of First Street S...

This is the records summary for June 21.
Vandalism
WILLMAR - Police received a report around 10:20 a.m. Sunday that a swastika and racial threats had been drawn in a bathroom stall at the Willmar Cub Foods store on the 2200 block of First Street South. Staff removed all of the graffiti from the wall.
Shoplifting
WILLMAR - A male shoplifting suspect allegedly led a Wal-mart employee on a foot chase into a nearby Taco Bell just before 10 p.m. Saturday, on the 200 block of 24th Avenue Southeast. The Willmar Police Department and Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene.
Medical transport
WILLMAR - A woman was transported to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar at 6 p.m. Sunday after threatening to jump off of the 49th Street Northeast bridge at Eighth Avenue Northeast in rural Willmar. Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Deputies assisted on the scene.
Assault
WILLMAR - Around 3:30 p.m. Sunday, a man on the 800 block of Fourth Street Southeast was allegedly assaulted with a tire iron. The victim apparently left the scene on foot.

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