ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Local business burglarized over weekend

A business north of Dickinson was burglarized over the weekend, according to the Stark County Sheriff's Office. The incident occurred at MI SWACO on 32nd Street Southwest, said Deputy Fern Moser. The items taken were worth about $5,500, and inclu...

A business north of Dickinson was burglarized over the weekend, according to the Stark County Sheriff's Office.

The incident occurred at MI SWACO on 32nd Street Southwest, said Deputy Fern Moser.

The items taken were worth about $5,500, and included an air compressor and computer components, said Sheriff Clarence Tuhy.

"Someone used the company forklift to remove the air compressor," Tuhy said. "It does appear that they took it out and it must have tipped over."

He added the air compressor was too heavy to get off the property without the forklift.

ADVERTISEMENT

The burglary is believed to have happened Saturday night or Sunday morning, Tuhy said.

No arrests have been made and further details of the incident were not released since it's under investigation, Tuhy said.

Staff at MI SWACO declined comment Monday.

What To Read Next
A resolution looking to allow the legislature to consider work requirements on the newly expanded Medicaid program is one step closer to the 2024 ballot.
With HB 1205, Reps Mike Lefor and Vicky Steiner would prohibit "sexually explicit content" in public libraries. Facing an uphill battle, the pair remain united in their commitment to see it passed.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.
City accountant reports increases in oil impact, sales tax, hospitality tax and occupancy tax revenue during the Jan. 24 meeting, commission approves two policy amendments.