Sheriff’s Office Looking For Help To Find Out Who Burglarized Vehicles On A Rural Hull Place
Date posted - May 24, 2012
Hull, Iowa — The Sioux County Sheriff’s office is looking for the public’s help once again. This time it’s to help find out who broke into vehicles in rural Hull on Monday night, May 21.
The Sheriff’s Office reports that they are investigating a burglary that occurred at 3677 Ironwood Avenue, three and a half miles south of Hull.
During the overnight hours of Monday, May 21 into Tuesday, May 22, an unknown person or persons entered unlocked vehicles that were parked on the place, and removed property from them. Items taken from the vehicles included a wallet containing a driver’s license and debit card, a Panasonic digital
camera, unknown model, and $50 dollars cash. The wallet has a University of Nebraska logo on it.
Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (712) 737‐3307 or by using the Sheriff’s Office text‐a‐tip program. You may remain anonymous.
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