TVs, Laptop Stolen During Golden Valley Home Burglary

Police also responded to reports of stolen skis from Wirth Park’s chalet.

Between Jan. 9 and 11, Golden Valley police responded to a reported burglary, along with thefts from local stores and theft from cars. Below are the details:


  • On Jan. 11, an apartment at the 5600 block of Glenwood Avenue was burglarized. According to the Golden Valley Police Department incident report, the apartment was burglarized when the victim wasn’t home. Police say that suspects damaged a screen to enter through an unlocked window. Reports show that two TVs and a laptop were stolen. No arrests have been made.


  • Skis, poles and a bag were reported as stolen from the Theodore Wirth Park chalet on Jan. 9.
  • A trailer was reported as stolen from the Golden Valley VFW Post 7051 parking lot on Jan. 9.
  • On Jan. 10, Golden Valley’s Lunds and Byerlys reported that suspects stole $72 worth of food without paying for it
  • Two black males, ages 43 and 46, are suspects of theft that occurred at Golden Valley’s Menards on Jan. 11. The two men were seen stealing a Polaroid tablet, and are believed to be involved in a previous Menards theft incident.

Theft From Vehicle

  • On Jan. 11, Golden Valley police say that unknown suspects broke the rear window of a van parked at the 9000 block of Elgin Place. Suspects took a drill out of the back of the van. Damage is estimated to be less than $500.
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