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Fish house break-in on North Long Lake

The break-ins occurred on the bay located to the east of Highway 371

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BRAINERD — The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of multiple fish house break-ins around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, on North Long Lake north of Brainerd.

The break-ins occurred on North Long Lake’s 371 bay.

Crow Wing County Sheriff Scott Goddard said one fish house was broken into along with one house that showed signs of tampering.

Deputies are currently working on contacting owners to verify the damage and losses.

Goddard encouraged people to report any suspicious activity around the lakes and to report any break-ins, as oftentimes break-ins go unreported and when the stolen property is recovered, the owners of that property are unknown.

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