Records published Feb. 12
This is the records summary for Feb. 12.
Dog possibly stolen in rural Willmar
WILLMAR — Law enforcement received a call of a possibly stolen dog from a residence at 9:41 a.m. Friday at the 6100 block of Seventh Avenue Northwest in Willmar. The dog, a rough coat collie named Dakota, was allegedly taken from his kennel during the night.
The owner told the police an unknown individual was seen walking toward the kennel around 8:30 a.m. Friday as well.
On the Facebook page of the Hawk Creek Animal Shelter, it was reported the owners are certain the dog was stolen, as the gate to the kennel was unlocked and wide open and bricks near the gate had been moved. They also said the dog wouldn't have left on its own.
The post also said the individual sighted on the property Friday morning had been going toward the home's second dog, but when someone at the home yelled out the door, the individual took off.
The animal shelter is asking anyone with information or who may have seen Dakota to give them a call at 320-235-7612.
WILLMAR — A caller at 1:41 p.m. Friday reported a burglary at a home on the 300 block of Ninth Street Northwest in Willmar. The caller said three people broke a door and hit the caller's son with a pipe, before taking $200.
KANDIYOHI — Windows of a garage were broken and a television was reported stolen from a residence at 4:49 p.m. Saturday on the 200 block of Sixth Street North in Kandiyohi.
WILLMAR — A great horned owl apparently flew into a window of a home around 6:43 p.m. Saturday on the 600 block of Ella Avenue Northwest in Willmar. The caller said the bird looked to have possibly hurt its wing, but otherwise seemed fine. The law enforcement report said the University of Minnesota Raptor Center would take the bird and rehabilitate it, before releasing it back into its home area.