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Stolen Car, Jewelry and Electronics: Maple Grove Police Blotter

A selection of incidents reported between Nov. 8 and Nov. 14.

The following is a synopsis of several incidents that occurred in Maple Grove between Nov. 8-14 as provided by the Maple Grove Police Department.

For additional details, visit the city web-based crime map here.

Nov. 8

  • Report of a vehicle stolen from an employee parking lot on the 8600 block of Valley Forge Lane.
  • Report of merchandise stolen from store (suspects fled on foot and dropped purse containing the merchandise, which was recovered) on the 8000 block of Wedgewood Lane.

  • Report of shoplifting from store—suspect fled in vehicle on the 8000 block of Wedgewood Lane.

Nov. 9
  • Burglary reported on the 16600 block of 92nd Avenue. Electronics and jewelry were stolen from bedroom.

Nov. 10

  • Report of electronics stolen from vehicle on the 13500 block of Grove Drive.
  • Report of shoplifting from store—suspect fled on foot on the 8100 block of Wedgewood Lane.

  • Report of customer leaving without paying for bill— suspects fled in vehicle on the 14400 block of Weaver Lake Road.

  • Report of iPod and cash stolen from locker room on the 12900 block of Weaver Lake Road.

  • Report of vehicle entered and contents gone through, but no property missing on the 7100 block of Willow Road.

Nov. 11

  • Report of a cell phone stolen from a residence on the 9900 block of Trenton Lane.

Nov. 12 

  • Gas drive offs reported on the 11200 block of 93rd Avenue and the 16300 block of 96th Avenue.

Nov. 14 

  • Report of property stolen from vehicle on the 12700 block of Bass Lake Road.
  • Report of vehicle broken into and duffel bag stolen on the 9500 block of Dunkirk Lane.

There were 20 property damages and four personal injury traffic accidents reported during this time period. 

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