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Two Men Arrested After Copper Theft Attempt

Two Twin Cities men were arrested after a St. Cloud burglary attempt Saturday night.

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Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
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Police Investigate Burglary Attempt

St. Cloud Police are investigating a burglary attempt that took place early this morning.

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Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
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Man Arrested After Burglary Attempt

A St. Cloud man was arrested after allegedly trying to burglarize a home and assault a police officer.

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Barking Dogs Thwart Burglary Attempt

A homeowner's dogs are being credited for scaring off a burglar early this morning. Police say someone got into an unlocked vehicle and used the garage door opener to get inside the garage.

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Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
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Two Men Arrested in Early Morning Burglary Attempt

St. Cloud Police arrested two men on attempted burglary charges early this morning. Officers were called to the 700 block of 17th Avenue South at about 2:00 a.m. for an attempted burglary in progress.

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Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
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Homeowner Catches Would-be Burglars in the Act

St. Cloud Police are looking for two white men between the ages of 16 and 20 who were seen trying to steal items from an open garage Sunday night.

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