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Records published June 27, 2019

This is the records summary for June 27. Robbery WILLMAR -- A Willmar man reported that a man approached him as he sat in his car just after midnight on Tuesday on the 300 block of Seventh Street Northwest, Willmar, threatened him and took off wi...

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This is the records summary for June 27.

Robbery

WILLMAR - A Willmar man reported that a man approached him as he sat in his car just after midnight on Tuesday on the 300 block of Seventh Street Northwest, Willmar, threatened him and took off with his mobile phone. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male about 5 feet, 4 inches in height, thin build, with curly hair and wearing a gray, hooded sweatshirt and black pants.

Thefts

WILLMAR - A woman reported the theft of her purse Wednesday afternoon while at a property on the 400 block of First Street South, Willmar.

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A woman reported the theft of her purse Wednesday afternoon on the 1400 block of Willmar Avenue Southwest.

WILLMAR - The theft of a bicycle as well as boxes holding personal belongings and clothes Wednesday morning was reported on the 1700 block of Lower Trentwood Circle Northeast, Willmar.

Vandalism

WILLMAR - A back window was broken out on a structure on the 300 block of Seventh Street Northwest, Willmar, it was discovered Thursday morning.

WILLMAR - Two windows were shot out with either BB's or pellets at a property on the 500 block of Eight Street Southwest, Willmar, it was discovered Wednesday morning.

Belongings recovered

WILLMAR - A variety of items including a black suitcase; brown duffle bag; green, bluetooth speaker box filled with a variety of types of ropes; a pink and blue fish scale-patterned bag; hammer and screwdriver and other items were found Tuesday morning along the 2500 block of U.S. Highway 12 West. They were placed in storage by Willmar police.

Littering

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WILLMAR - An assortment of garbage was reported dumped on a property Monday on the 500 block of Benson Avenue Southeast.

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