Created: 05/30/2012 11:35 AM KSTC45.com | Print Story
By: Mike Maybay
When police officers from Wayzata and Minnetonka investigated a call of a suspicious person, the description they heard sounded familiar. They say it matched the description of a man suspected of breaking into a Minnetonka home last week.
"The Wayzata and Minnetonka Police Departments responded Tuesday morning to the Holdridge Road East neighborhood in Wayzata on the report of a suspicious male in the area," said Wayzata Police Chief Michael J. Risvold. "The male was described as similar in description to the male responsible for a Minnetonka burglary in an adjacent neighborhood last week."
Last Thursday, Minnetonka Police announced a reward for help in finding 44-year-old Jeffrey Boemer.
"Boemer was identified as a suspicious person who was seen in the Holdridge neighborhood in west Minnetonka where a burglary was committed," said a police spokesperson at the time the reward was announced. The burglary happened May 21st. A resident returning home interrupted the burglar.
Boemer is described as a white male, six feet tall, weighing 235 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. Police said he is known to use public transportation to travel between Minneapolis and the western suburbs.
A cash reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. Anyone with information is asked to call one of two numbers:
Detective Terri Swanson
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