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Police Blotter: Vehicle stolen from repair shop

Dickinson Police officers are looking for a vehicle that was stolen while parked at Just-in Glass recently.

The silver 2002 Toyota Tacoma, North Dakota license plate GWA522, had been dropped off for repairs on June 15 and was supposed to be sent next door to Smokin’ Ace Offroad.

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When the vehicle’s owner returned from vacation to check on the truck, employees from neither Just-in Glass nor Smokin’ Ace Offroad knew where the vehicle was and had no idea how long it had been missing.

Employees at Smokin’ Ace said the truck never made it to their shop.

The vehicle has been entered into the National Crime Information Center database.

Officers responding to reports of shots fired arrested two Dickinson men at the Oak Park Apartments early Thursday morning.

Roberto Pinto, 30, and Anner Hellsing, 29, were allegedly pointed guns at an unnamed person inside the apartment complex and discharged several shots into the air.

The Southwest Tactical Team was called out to the residence but did not have to enter the building, Capt. Dave Wilkie said. No other shots were fired and the two men came out on their own.

Pinto and Hellsing are charged with terrorizing. No one was injured in the incident.

Officers arrested a Dickinson man Tuesday afternoon after he was caught stealing merchandise from Radio Shack at the Prairie Hills Mall.

Wyatt Tripp, 18, was stopped at Runnings after mall security followed him. Tripp was found with stolen merchandise from Radio Shack and Walmart as well as marijuana in his possession.

He faces two counts of shoplifting and was cited for possession of a controlled substance.