Construction Tools Stolen From New Animal Shelter in Superior

Superior Police Looking for Stolen Items

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Superior Police are looking for whoever broke into the city’s new animal shelter and stole several construction tools.

Right now, there are no surveillance cameras installed in the building.

Although the space is city owned, it’s the contractors responsibility to replace the tools.

“It’s important to have stuff locked up as tightly as you can. I think all contractors try to do that.  I think the truth is sometimes this does happen,” said Deputy Chief Matt Markon. 

Markon believes the motive was to sell the tools. 

“If they go on Craigslist or any of the other sites where they might buy something locally and the deal seems too good to be true and that this is a great tool for an incredibly low price, there’s a good chance it could be stolen.”

The tools were valued between $5,000 and $8,000.

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