March 09, 2016
THE SIOUX COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC’S HELP TO SOLVE A BURGLARY CASE.
THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE INVESTIGATED A BURGLARY THAT OCCURRED AT A FARM PROPERTY ON 490TH STREET, FOUR MILES SOUTH OF HAWARDEN.
DEPUTIES BELIEVE THAT SOMEONE ENTERED ONTO THE PROPERTY AND STOLE A CHAINSAW, NIPCO BRAND HEATER, BATTERY CHARGER, A PAIR OF YAMAHA PADDLE TIRES AND TWO LOG CHAINS FROM A STORAGE BUILDING.
DEPUTIES BELIEVE THE CRIME LIKELY OCCURRED SOMETIME BETWEEN FRIDAY, MARCH 4 AND SUNDAY, MARCH 6.
IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS CRIME YOU ARE ASKED TO CONTACT THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE. YOU CAN CALL 737-2280 OR TEXT A TIP ANONYMOUSLY VIA THEIR TEXT-A-TIP PROGRAM. FIND DIRECTIONS AT SIOUXCOUNTYSHERIFF.COM
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