BREAK-IN

More Fargo Businesses Hit with Overnight Break-ins

This follows a string of break-ins across the city the night before

FARGO, N.D. — More businesses were burglarized after a string of break–ins the night before. The latest break–ins happened along Main Avenue, which is also where one business had an attempted break–in the previous night. Police say there was suspicious activity at Hertz Rental Car, where a door to the building was broken. When KVRR visited the location, employees said some…

String of Break-ins Hits Fargo Businesses

It is unclear if the cases are related

FARGO, N.D. — A string of break–ins across Fargo in the early morning leaves several places with damaged property. Fargo Police say the first case was a broken window at Happy Harry’s Bottle Shop. Around 4:30 a.m., police responded to Used–A–Bit Sales and Pawn on Main Avenue for a glass break alarm. “They chucked a few rocks through our front door,…

Fargo Police: Don’t Leave Valuables in Plain Sight

A Fargo businessman had his work van stolen containing $15,000 worth of tools on Sunday night

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Police Department is warning the community about a trail of car break-ins over the weekend. They say the similarities between the crimes are broken windows and stolen valuables. Police say it’s important to lock up your vehicle but that won’t always stop someone from stealing what’s inside. They say it’s important to take anything valuable…

Grand Forks Police Investigating Home Burglaries

In each case, the homes were entered by force and jewelry and other small items were taken

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Police in Grand Forks are investigating a string of home burglaries. Three burglaries were reported Wednesday evening in the 1500 block of Hammerling Drive and the 1400 block of 14th Avenue South. In each case, the homes were entered by force and jewelry and other small items were taken. Police say these burglaries are similar in…

THE BUZZ: Furry Upscale Cookie Bandit Gets the Jump on New York’s Finest

Officers found the bandit in the kitchen eating cookies when they arrived on scene

BROCKPORT, New York — New York often brags about having the finest police force in the world and you’d be hard pressed to get the jump on them. But while responding to a home break-in, that’s exactly what happened and it was all caught on the officer’s body camera. The Brockport Police Department in upstate New York released body cam…

Police: No Evidence Break-in at Bloomington Mosque is a Hate Crime

There have been no arrests in the burglary or in the August bombing

  BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Police say there’s no evidence a recent break-in at a Bloomington mosque, that had earlier been targeted by a bomb, was a hate crime. Authorities released this surveillance video of the break-in last Friday at the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center which shows two intruders wearing ape or monkey masks. Police say the suspects took a…

Two Charged, Four Others Being Considered in Killing of Hennepin County 19-Year-Old

Authorities say the group of six planned to break into Elder's apartment and rough him up but ending up shooting Elder in the neck

Megan Cater, 19 (L) and Noah Peterson, 21 (R)  HENNEPIN COUNTY, Minn. — Two people have been charged with murder in Hennepin County and four others could face charges. Megan Cater, 19, and 21-year-old Noah Peterson are accused of shooting and killing 19-year-old Corey Elder. They are charged with murder, burglary and assault. Authorities say the group of six planned…

Fargo Police Searching For Break-in Suspect

The man, who was wanted on warrants, ran on foot when police attempted to stop him in the 100 block of 18th Street South shortly after 2:30 a.m Monday. 

FARGO (KFGO) – A man who fled Fargo police is suspected of breaking into a home to hide. The man, who was wanted on warrants, ran on foot when police attempted to stop him in the 100 block of 18th Street South shortly after 2:30 a.m Monday. About the same time, residents of a home in the neighborhood called to…

Burglary at Fargo Islamic Center

The break-in was discovered Wednesday and it appears the burglary took place earlier

  FARGO, N.D. — Fargo police are investigating a burglary at the Islamic Center. Money was from taken from the center at 601 28th Street South. The break-in was discovered Wednesday and it appears the burglary took place earlier. Fargo Deputy Chief Joe Anderson says it appears the thief was alone. He says surveillance video isn’t clear enough to identify…