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Attempted Robbery at Kendall convenience store

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On Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013 at 9:35p.m., the Monroe County Communications Center received a 911 call from an employee at the Kendall Fast Trip (223 E. South Railroad Street) reporting a Burglary in Progress.

An employee had closed for business a short time earlier and was completing her shift. The employee said she observed two subjects attempting to gain entry into the business by removing the screen and breaking a window. The employee observed the suspects wearing black ski masks and then locked herself in a back office to call police.

No entry was made into the store and the suspects had fled the scene prior to law enforcement arrival.

The Kendall Marshal’s Office was assisted at the scene by Monroe County Sheriff’s Department, Monroe County Communications Center, Elroy Police Department and Wisconsin State Patrol and the investigation is on-going.

The Marshall’s Office says the Village of Kendall has been experiencing a rash of burglaries in the last two months to area businesses.

Anyone having any information is urged to contact the Kendall Marshal’s Office via the Monroe County Communications Center at 608-269-6333.

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