Diner thief caught on camera

Published 11:35am Friday, November 2, 2012

The Family Diner near El Tequilas was burglarized early Tuesday morning, and the owners are looking for any information on the suspect who was recorded on a surveillance camera.

A laptop, Internet router and about $100 in coins were allegedly taken from the business at about 4 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30.

The suspect was described as a short white man wearing a gray Red Sox sweatshirt. There were no signs of forced entry, and Family Diner owner Sharla Bilden believes the man may have picked the lock to get into the facility.

Bilden has provided a photo from her surveillance camera and encourages anyone who recognizes the man to contact the Fergus Falls Police Department.

  • concerned

    so any chance the public could get a look at this photo to identify?

  • Me Again

    It was in the paper

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