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Man breaks in, steals on Luther College campus

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DECORAH (KWWL) - Decorah Police say a man broke into the Facilities Building on the Luther College campus Saturday.

Just before 3 a.m., officers were dispatched to a possible break-in on the Luther College campus. When they arrived, they found someone had broken through the front door and entered the Facilities Building. Police say items were taken from inside.

After further investigation, Henry Rohlf, 18, of Edina, Minn. was charged with third degree burglary and transported to the Winneshiek County Jail.

Third degree burglary is a Class D Felony.
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