Cloquet police seeking suspects in hockey arena burglary

The police department shared surveillance photos in hopes it would lead to tips.
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Authorities are asking for help identifying two people who broke into a hockey arena in Cloquet, Minnesota, last month.

On Sunday, the Cloquet Police Department posted surveillance photos of the pair helping themselves to items from the concession stand at Northwoods Credit Union Hockey Arena:

The break-in occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, March 30, but few other details about what happened are available.

If you know anything about the crime or the suspects, you're urged to call 911, or contact Cloquet police at 218-384-4185 or text "TIP CLOQUETPD" followed by your message to 888777.

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