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Morrison County authorities investigate multiple burglaries

Sheriff Shawn Larsen reminded residents to call the sheriff’s office immediately if they see any suspicious people and/or vehicles that seem out of place.

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LITTLE FALLS — The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office responded to multiple calls of residential burglaries this past weekend, March 13-14.

The areas of the burglaries were northeast of Little Falls, including Belle Prairie and Ripley townships. All the burglaries were within a 10-mile radius of Little Falls.

According to the sheriff’s office, the suspects pried open doors to enter outbuildings. Several items were reported missing including long guns, pistol holsters, hunting equipment including a Missions left-handed compound bow, chain saws, battery charger and miscellaneous tools.

Sheriff Shawn Larsen reminded residents to call the sheriff’s office immediately if they see any suspicious people and/or vehicles that seem out of place.

These cases are still under investigation and any tips generated from the public would be greatly appreciated, the sheriff’s office stated. Contact the sheriff’s office at 320-632-9233 with any information that would assist in the investigations.

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