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Rugby Police seeking help in theft cases

By Staff | Jun 30, 2017

The Rugby Police Department seeks help from the public in multiple theft cases.

The police department asks persons with information related to property crimes to call 776-6112. The department also reminds residents to take care in securing their property; keys and other valuables should be removed from vehicles and doors should be locked.

On June 15 a white 2007 Chevrolet Suburban was taken from a downtown business, and a set of forks for a skid steer was stolen from contractors working at the First International Bank site. The Suburban was found the next day in Minot after a Facebook post.

Reported on June 13, a John Deere Z655 lawnmower and a 5’x8′ utility trailer was taken from Gooseneck. The incident may be related to a May 13 report from a resident north of Rugby. The resident reported a male driving a white pickup with tribal plates had came to his property and asked to use an air tank to re-inflate a tire on a trailer with a lawnmower. The suspect drove off with the tire flat.

During the winter, a go-cart, which was awaiting engine repairs, was taken from Envision’s main station in Rugby.

– Tribune Staff Report

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