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Crime of the Week

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6/22/2017 - Grand Theft
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On June 18, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to a commercial business in the area of West 50th Street and South Western Avenue for a theft.  An employee of the business came to work and noticed an unknown suspect(s) had broken into their work vehicles.  The suspect(s) stole numerous construction tools from the vehicles. The total loss is estimated at over $20,000.  A photo of the possible suspect is attached.  SFPD CC #2017-46563.

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6/15/2017 - Vandalism

On June 12, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to Hayward Park at 400 North Valley View Road for a vandalism.  A City of Sioux Falls Parks Department employee had found damage on the newly constructed picnic shelter.  An unknown suspect had intentionally torn off the picnic shelter shingles down to the plywood base.     

SFPD CC #2017-45544.

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6/8/2017 - Burglary

On June 3rd, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to kRav’N Bar & Grill at 3512 West 74th Street for a burglar alarm.  Officers located a large landscaping brick that had been thrown through the glass entrance door by the suspect.  After gaining access to the business, the suspect broke into several video lottery machines.  The suspect is described as a white male wearing blue jeans, a black jacket, a backpack, with a black bandana covering his face.  The value of loss is approximately $7,000. 

SFPD CC #2017-42579.

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6/1/2017 - Stolen Vehicle/Aggravated Assault
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On May 30th, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to a business in the area of West 12th Street and South West Avenue.  The victim left her vehicle unlocked and running and entered the business.  When the victim exited the business, she found an unknown female inside her vehicle attempting to drive away.  The victim attempted to stop the female suspect by opening the driver’s door.  The female suspect accelerated which caused the open driver’s door to hit the victim, knocking her to the ground.  The female suspect then drove away from the business leaving the victim on the ground.  The suspect was described as a Native American female, approximately 5’6 and 120 pounds.  She was last seen wearing a pink and black tank top, white and black pants, and black shoes.   SFPD CC #2017-41461.

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5/25/2017 - Casino Robbery

On May 22nd, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to a casino robbery in the area of West 12th Street and South Kiwanis Avenue.  The suspect entered the casino armed with a handgun and put a backpack down on the counter.  The suspect told the casino employee to put all the money into the backpack.  After the money was put into the backpack, the casino employee was told to lay down on the floor and the suspect fled the scene.  The suspect was described as a male with a larger build, approximately 6’0 and weighing 200 lbs.  The suspect was last seen wearing a dark colored hooded sweatshirt and a red bandana over his face.  SFPD CC #2017-38747.

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5/18/2017 - Job Site Theft

On May 14th, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to a job site theft in the area of West 21st Street and South Gill Avenue.  The business owner returned to the job site and noticed the construction trailer which contained his tools had been broken into. The total loss is estimated at over $3000.  SFPD CC #2017-36504.

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5/11/2017 - Burglary

On May 6th, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to the area of 10th Street and Sycamore Avenue for a burglary report.  On the scene, officers met with the reporting party who advised two storage units had been burglarized.  Suspect(s) forced entry into the storage units by cutting the locks and removed property.  The total loss is estimated at over $30,000.  SFPD CC #2017-33892.

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5/4/2017 - Stolen Firearms

On May 3rd, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to 2 separate reports of firearms being stolen from unlocked vehicles in the city.  The two firearms stolen had an approximate value of $1,000.  Sioux Falls Police urge citizens to remove their firearms from their vehicles and to lock their doors to help prevent these incidents.

SFPD CC #2017-32897 and 2017-32770.

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4/27/2017 - Robbery

On April 25th, 2017 Sioux Falls Police responded to the area of West 14th Street and South Dakota Avenue for a robbery.  A delivery driver was in the area attempting to make their delivery.  While in a residential complex, the delivery driver was approached by three male subjects.  One of the male subjects held a knife to the delivery driver and said “this is a robbery”.  The delivery driver swung a bag at the three subjects who then fled the scene.  The three subjects were described as African American males, 5’6 to 5’8, all with thin builds.  All three were wearing hooded sweatshirts with their hoods pulled up.  Two of the three subjects were armed with knives.  SFPD CC#2017-30457.

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4/20/2017 - Theft

Between April 14th and April 16th, 2017, Sioux Falls Police responded to 3 separate reports of firearms being stolen from unlocked vehicles in different locations in the city.  A total of 6 firearms were stolen during these incidents with a combined loss in excess of $4000.00.  Sioux Falls Police would like to remind citizens to remove valuables from their vehicles and to lock their doors to help prevent these incidents from happening.   SFPD CC#2017-00027256.

 

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