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Burglaries Investigated in Saint Cloud

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Saint Cloud Police are investigating burglary complaints that happened over the last several days.
Friday night officers responded to the 1800 block of Tyler Path where homeowners, who had been gone since Christmas Eve, reported the back door of their garage was entered and numerous electronic items were stolen from inside the house.
On Thursday morning officers went to Saint Cloud State University where they learned from SCSU Public Safety Investigators that a key door lock to the Health Services building had been tampered with.
It’s believed that no entry was gained into the interior of the building and the lock has since been replaced. No suspects have been identified.

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