Authorities Asking for Assistance to ID Serial Southern Minnesota Burglars
Dodge County, MN (KROC-AM News)- The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help with catching three men suspected of committing multiple burglaries in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa.
Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose said Wednesday that deputies responded to a pair of burglaries early Sunday morning. One was reported in the City of Hayfield and the other burglary report came from a farm business in far-western Dodge County near Blooming Prairie.
Rose says the three suspects were riding in a white pick-up truck. They’re suspected of committing at least seven burglaries in Dodge, Steele, Freeborn and Faribault Counties and three more burglaries in northern Iowa.
Rose is asking residents in the Hayfield and Blooming Prairie areas with surveillance cameras to review footage captured during the early morning hours of August 13. He has a warning for anyone who may have seen the truck near their property, “If they've been there and you don’t find anything missing, they may have been casing your property to come back.”
Investigators are especially interested in video capturing streets in Hayfield around 1 a.m. Sunday. Anyone with information regarding the burglaries is asked to contact Dodge County Investigations Captain Jeff Brumfield at 507-635-6200.