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Richfield Police Blotter: Police Respond to Reports of Suspicious Activity Around Town

The Richfield Public Safety Department releases its most recent crime reports.

All the following information was taken from the Crime Reports from May 5.

Police detained an adult on an outstanding warrant May 2.

Police are investigating an identity theft that was reported on May 2.

Police responded to a medical/mental health emergency on the 6900 block of 16th Avenue May 2.

Police responded to a report of suspicious activity on the 6300 block of Lyndale Avenue May 2.

Police are investigating a robbery that occurred on 77th Street West and Lyndale Avenue May 2. Personal accessories and currency are among the items reported taken.

Police responded to a report of suspicious activity on the 500 block of 73rd Street East May 2.

A 28-year-old Richfield man was charged with domestic assault May 2.

A 21-year-old Minneapolis woman was charged with shoplifting from a business on the 1100 block of 78th Street West May 2.

A 22-year-old Bloomington man was charged with marijuana possession May 2.

Police investigated a death on the 7200 block of 3rd Avenue May 3.

An adult was charged with burglary May 3.

Police are investigating a property damage incident that occurred on the 6400 block of Lyndale Avenue May 3.

Police responded to a report of suspicious activity on the 200 block of 78th Street West May 3.

Police investigate a death on the 7300 block of Emerson Avenue May 3.

Police are investigating a theft involving vehicle parts that occurred May 3.

Police are investigating an assault that occurred on the 6600 block of Clinton Avenue May 3.

A 21-year-old Bloomington man was charged with DUI May 4.

A juvenile was charged with tobacco use by a minor May 4.

Police are investigating a property damage incident that occurred on the 6300 block of Lyndale Avenue May 4.

Police are investigating a harassment/stalking report from May 4.

To see the most recent crime reports, click here.

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