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Police seek help in probe of Esmond, N.D., bar burglary

The Benson County Sheriff's Department is asking the public for information about a bar break-in last week in Esmond, N.D. The suspect was seen on surveillance footage breaking into the Esmond Bar in the early morning on Oct. 20. The suspect stol...

Bar break-in in Esmond, N.D.

The Benson County Sheriff's Department is asking the public for information about a bar break-in last week in Esmond, N.D.

The suspect was seen on surveillance footage breaking into the Esmond Bar in the early morning on Oct. 20.

The suspect stole thousands of dollars from an ATM, safe, and pull tab machine. Benson County Sheriff Steve Rohrer said Wednesday there are no leads yet in the burglary, which is why he's asking the public for help.

The bar's owner is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the suspect's arrest. Anyone with information can call the Benson County Sheriff at (701) 437-5357.

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