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Skid steer among items stolen in Hillman burglary

The burglary is believed to have happened between Aug. 3 and Aug. 6.

A skid steer is seen in a garage
Several items were stolen from the property, to include a yellow early 1980s Mustang OMC Skid Steer.<br/>
Contributed / Morrison County Sheriff's Office
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HILLMAN — The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information regarding a residential burglary on Skyview Road, about 5 miles north of Hillman in Richardson Township.

The burglary was reported about 6:15 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6. According to the Sheriff’s Office, sometime between Aug. 3 and Aug. 6, a suspect or suspects gained entry into the garage on the south side by lifting it up and breaking the latch. Several items were stolen from the property, including a yellow early 1980s Mustang OMC skid steer. The skid steer has a smashed front window, a smashed driver’s side window and is missing the back panel for the engine. Also taken were three 250-foot rolls of wire, a Cobalt table saw, an 80-gallon air compressor and several tools.

Anyone with information regarding this burglary is asked to call the Morrison County Sheriff’s office at 320-632-9233.

Skid steer
It has a smashed front window, a smashed driver’s side window and is missing the back panel for the engine.<br/>
Contributed / Morrison County Sheriff's Office
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One of the items taken is a yellow early 1980s Mustang OMC Skid Steer.
Contributed / Morrison County Sheriff's Office

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