Burnsville sees rash of 10 daytime burglaries in last month


Police have noticed something about a string of burglaries in Burnsville since mid-May: Most were done in broad daylight.

KARE 11 reports that approximately ten burglaries have taken place in the southeast area of Burnsville between May 21 and June 26.

Whoever is doing the break-ins usually tries to knock or ring the front door first, then force their way into the home, according to the station.

The station also says leads in the case are few, police say the suspect vehicle may be a 1990s red Chevrolet Blazer with three strips of duct tape on the back. The license plate is unknown.

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