Theives Steal $600 Worth Of Metal Tool Extensions From Hull Business

Date posted - November 13, 2012

Hull, Iowa — Two business burglaries in Hull have got Sioux County Sheriff’s deputies looking for answers.

The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office reports that the two business burglaries occurred at construction buildings on Main Street in Hull.

Sometime during the overnight hours between Saturday, November 10 and the early morning hours of Monday, November 12, someone forced open locked doors at two separate construction businesses. Once inside, 15 aluminum cement trowel handle extensions were stolen from one of the businesses. The approximate value of the extensions is $600.

Anyone with information concerning this crime is asked to contact to the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office. You may also use the Text‐A‐Tip program to report any information if you wish to remain anonymous.

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