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Records for April 27

Police report The Bemidji Police Department responded to the following calls: Burglary 1:09 p.m. Tuesday, 700 block of Mississippi Avenue Northwest. A man reported that someone entered his garage through a window and stole several items. He said ...

Police report

The Bemidji Police Department responded to the following calls:

Burglary

1:09 p.m. Tuesday, 700 block of Mississippi Avenue Northwest. A man reported that someone entered his garage through a window and stole several items. He said the incident occurred sometime between 9 p.m. Monday and 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. Stolen items include a Tippman paintball gun, DVD player and nine Hotwheels cars valued at 68 cents each.

Peace disturbance

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10:41 p.m. Tuesday, 1203 Birchmont Drive N.E.

Sheriff's report

The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office responded to the following calls:

Vehicle theft

3:57 p.m. Tuesday, 17000 block of Mission Road Northeast in Cass Lake. A woman reported the theft of a black 1988 Ford F15 with the Red Lake license plate number 10451. She said the theft occurred sometime within the last two months.

Burglary

8:31 p.m. Tuesday, 400 block of Brightstar Road Northwest. A woman reported that she had been out of town for two days and returned home to find that her door had been forced open and several items were missing. Missing items include 200-250 CDs, a 13-inch color television, Aiwa five-disc CD player, set of 10 T-Fal cookware, and a Philips mixer. The items are valued at approximately $2,950.

Fire report

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The Bemidji Fire Department responded to the following calls:

11:37 a.m. Tuesday, 1200 block of Lake Avenue Northeast. Firefighters received a complaint about a fire in an illegal burn barrel. The fire was extinguished.

12:05 p.m. Tuesday, Federal Building. A fire alarm was activated due to an overheated motor in an elevator.

4:12 p.m. Tuesday, Paul Bunyan Trail. Firefighters extinguished a smoldering campfire.

4:24 p.m. Tuesday, 11th Street Northwest and Park Avenue. Firefighters extinguished hay bales that were burning in a yard.

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