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Electric Wire Stolen from South St. Cloud

St. Cloud police are investigating the theft of two large wooden spools of electrical wire, along with a large amount of scrap electrical wire.

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Police Are Looking For Suspect In Recent Theft

St. Cloud Police Department were called to the 600 block of Apollo Avenue Northeast for a theft complaint at about 5:00 p.m. yesterday (Friday).

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Display Case Stolen from Downtown St. Cloud Store

St. Cloud police have arrested a 20-year-old man after he allegedly tried to steal a display case of merchandise from a store. The incident happened in the 10 block of 7th Avenue South in downtown St. Cloud at about 11:45 a.m. yesterday (Wednesday).

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Electronics Stolen From SCSU Locker Room

Electronics were stolen from the women's locker room at St. Cloud State University's Hallenbeck Hall. St. Cloud police say they were called at about 5:45 p.m. on Saturday.

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Better Business Bureau Warns of New Checking Account Theft Scam

The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota is warning consumers of a new checking account theft scheme. It's from a Las Vegas-based company called "Funds Direct."

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Unknown Thief Makes Off with 25 School Bus Radios

Sometime in the past week, about 25 Panasonic radio and CD systems were stolen from the school buses parked in a lot off Roosevelt Road.

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Bookkeeper Pleads Guilty to Stealing Thousands From Employer

A Sauk Rapids woman has pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from her employer over a three-and-half year span. 49-year-old Elizabeth "Betty" Benoit admitted to stealing just under $59-thousand from October 2007 to February 2010.

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Fishing Equipment Stolen From Little Rock Lake Homes

The Benton County Sheriff is reminding lake home owners to lock-up their fishing equipment. Sheriff Brad Bennett says they've received several reports of thefts on and around the Little Rock Lake and Harris Channel area.

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Pequot Teacher Charged in $34,000 Theft

A Pequot Lakes teacher has been charged with six felonies in Crow Wing County in the theft of $34,000 from a teachers' union fund.

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Police Look For Suspect In Change Machine Thefts

St. Cloud Police are investigating a pair of cafeteria change machine thefts where the suspect posed as a repairman. Police say the suspect is described as a white man in his 30's or 40's, about 5-feet-8 to six feet tall, clean cut and with a heavier build. Police say he walked into a business in south St. Cloud near the Skatin' Place in south St. Cloud and took change from the machine Thursday evening.

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