$10,000 in Tools Stolen from Rochester Area Construction Site
Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News)- The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the reported theft of $10,000 worth of construction tools from a Rochester area home build site.
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Captain James Schueller said deputies responded to the work site in Rochester Township on 8th St. Southwest around 8:15 a.m. He says a trailer on the site was broken into between 4:40 p.m. on Wednesday and 7:15 a.m. Thursday.
Workers told deputies the trailer contained several drills, batteries, a level, an iPad and more were stolen out of the trailer. Schueller said there were no cameras in the area.
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Schueller provided a list of tools and items that were reported stolen:
- Four Milwaukee Skill Saws.
- Two Milwaukee Radios.
- One Milwaukee Nailer.
- Two Metabo Nailers.
- Electric cordless Milwaukee impact.
- Two “Bulldogs”, Two Impacts, and Two Drills all were Milwaukee.
- One Bosch Bulldog, used to drill through concrete.
- A Milwaukee and DeWalt grinder.
- Porta Cable three horsepower router.
- Bosch belt sander.
- Batteries for each were also all taken.
- Black Ipad in Otterbox case
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