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Iowa Co. officials look for help with string of burglaries

Published On: Mar 20 2014 09:13:38 PM CDT
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MADISON, Wis. -

Iowa County sheriff’s officials are asking for the public’s help in gathering information about burglaries that were reported on Monday and Tuesday.

According to a release, officials are focusing on the areas of Zwettler Road, County Highway ZZ, County Highway Z and County Highway K.

Authorities ask anyone who saw anything suspicious during the last week or had a person come to their door in the areas they are focusing on to call the Iowa County Sheriff’s Department.

Deputies are also looking for a hunter green minivan with blue tape on the passenger side mirror and a dark colored Dodge truck with a white tailgate, according to the release. The truck may also have a fuel tank in the bed of the truck. The vehicles could be found anywhere and not just in the areas they are focusing on.

If you find these vehicles, officials ask that you not contact people associated with the vehicle, but call the Iowa County Sheriff’s Department at 608-935-3314.

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