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Plymouth Man Arrested After Alleged Break-in at Big Lake School

Kyle Aske (Sherburne County Jail)

BIG LAKE – A Plymouth man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into a Big Lake school.

The Sherburne County Sheriff’s office says they received a call from a man who said he was stranded in the Big Lake Middle School just after 6:00 a.m. on Sunday.

Officers searched the building, but didn’t find anyone.  However, they found a broken window and $2000 worth of damage inside.

Investigators used a video tape to identify the suspect as 23-year-old Kyle Aske.  He was arrested in Shakopee on Monday.

The Sherburne County Emergency Response Unit, Elk River Police, Big Lake Police, Becker Police, the State Patrol, and Shakopee Police assisted with the investigation.

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