Red Wing police

Theft 

A Bush Street resident reported on Jan. 3 that a bicycle was stolen from his residence (value: $300). 

A Maple Street resident reported on Jan. 3 that a package was stolen that had been delivered (value: $40).

A resident of Black Cherry Court reported on Jan. 11 that a front door was broken and someone had entered the home and stole items. The value of damage and items stolen is unknown. 

A local business reported on Jan. 19 that a padlock was cut off a storage area and items were stolen (value: $1,170).

A business on Main Street reported on Jan. 24 that someone damaged a secured box to obtain a key for a vehicle and then stole the vehicle (value of the damage: $2,000, value of the stolen vehicle: $20,000). 

A Zumbrota resident reported on Jan. 24 that the catalytic converter was stolen from his vehicle while he was parked on Cannon River Avenue (value: $1,000). 

A resident on Fern Avenue reported on Jan. 28 that three vehicles parked at their residence had been entered and $356 worth of items were stolen.

A Red Wing resident reported on Jan. 29 that a storage unit on Featherstone Road had been broken into and $1,600 worth of items were stolen.

A Red Wing resident reported Jan. 26 that a catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle while parked on Service Drive  south(value: $3,763.)

A Red Wing resident reported Jan.28 that a vehicle was stolen from Service Dr South (value: $10,000.)

A Red Wing resident reported on Jan. 31 that his bicycle was stolen from where he parked it on Tyler Road South (value: $450). 

A resident from Mosinee reported on Feb. 2 that the catalytic converter had been stolen off his vehicle while parked on the 400 block of 11th Street (value:$2,000).

A local organization reported on Feb. 2 that someone entered a Red Wing apartment building and broke into their payment box

Two Red Wing residents reported on Feb. 5 that a catalytic converter was stolen from a work truck while the truck was parked on Tile Drive (value: $1,000).

A resident of Featherstone Road reported on Feb. 6 that a cell phone was stolen (value: $800).

A business on Bush Street reported on Feb. 7 that a door frame was damaged and property was reported missing (damage value: $100, theft value: $100). 

A resident of Central Avenue reported on Feb. 8 that his vehicle was entered while parked at his residence and items were stolen (approximate value of theft: $1,700). 

Shoplifting 

A business on Tyler Road South reported on Feb. 1 that dog food was stolen (value: $59.94). 

Property damage 

A resident on Water Street reported on Jan. 19 that a window had been broken on the front door (damage: $200).

A North Service Drive car wash reported on Feb. 8 that doors and an electric kiosk were damaged and an unknown amount of cash was stolen (approximate value of damage: $2,200).

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