Milroy experiences mini-crime wave over the weekend

Several businesses in Milroy were broken into over the weekend.

The Redwood County Sheriff’s Office reports that sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday evening and 10 a.m. Sunday morning, unknown suspects broke a window on the southwest side of the school. They entered the building, then pried open the doors on the school offices. The suspects stole approximately $40 in cash and several checks made out to the school for students’ milk money.

Also, early on Monday morning a person or persons entered the Farmers Co-op Association elevator by forcing open a door on the east side of the building. Once inside, the persons forced open an interior door to gain access to the offices, where a small amount of cash was taken.

There were also unsuccessful attempts over the weekend to gain entry to the City of Milroy Public Works building, and the Farmers Co-op C-Store.

All these events are currently under investigation by the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office. If you know of any relevant information, contact the Sheriff’s Office at 507-637-4036.

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