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The following criminal incidents were compiled from Saint Paul and Mendota Heights police department reports and other sources gathered between February 23-24.

Highland Park

Burglary—A window was broken and footprints were found inside Caribou Coffee, 2340 W. Seventh St., around 5:06 a.m. Tuesday, February 22.

—Police responded to a burglary in progress at Speedway, 1580 Ford Pkwy., around 2:15 a.m. Thursday, February 24. The suspect took off running from officers, got into a vehicle and left the scene.

Theft—Catalytic converters were reported stolen from vehicles on the 1700 block of Graham Avenue on February 20 and 22.

—A man was found passed out in a stolen vehicle on the 1800 block of Highland Parkway around 6:59 a.m. Tuesday, February 22. Officers attempted to call the suspect out of the vehicle, but he woke up and sped away.


—Vehicles were reported stolen at Firestone Auto Care at 2269 Ford Pkwy. and on the 1700 block of Norfolk Avenue on Tuesday, February 22.


Theft—A 36-year-old man was arrested for shoplifting at the Midway Target around 3:43 p.m. Wednesday, February 23.


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Theft—Vehicles were stolen on the 1500 block of Grand Avenue on February 21-22, and the 100 block of North Snelling Avenue on February 22.

—Catalytic converters were reported stolen on the 1700 block of Saint Clair Avenue on February 18-22, and the 1200 block of Jefferson Avenue on February 21-22.

Merriam Park

Theft—A vehicle was reported stolen on the 300 block of North Cleveland Avenue during the evening of February 21-22.

Summit Hill

Theft—The catalytic converter was reported stolen from a vehicle on the 1000 block of Fairmount Avenue on Tuesday, February 22.


Theft—The catalytic converter was reported stolen from a vehicle on Oxford Street and Laurel Avenue on the evening of February 19-20.

Weapons—A woman said a bullet came through her living room window and struck the opposing wall of her unit at the Selby Commons Apartments, 180 N. Milton St., around 4 a.m. Tuesday, February 22.


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