Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Two Duluth men have been arrested for burglarizing a home on Sunday.
Duluth Police arrested a 26 and 35-year-old man on Monday for burglarizing a home on the 200 Block of N. 34th Ave. W.
The homeowner reported that when he arrived home Sunday his front door had been forced open, and there was also an attempt to break into the back door.
Tools, electronics, and a safe containing personal documents and a social security card were taken.
Police received information that the two suspects were involved in the burglary. They executed a search warrant and recovered most of the items reported missing.
Police also recovered stolen mail from 21 different mail recipients in Hermantown, Duluth, and Proctor, mostly from the Hermantown area. The victims were notified of the recovery of their stolen mail.
The suspects admitted their involvement. They are being held at the St. Louis County Jail pending formal charges. One suspect is being held for 2nd degree burglary, possession of stolen property, and five counts of felony violation of probation. The other is being held for 2nd degree burglary.
Duluth Police are working in conjunction with the Hermantown Police Department and the US Postal Inspectors Office.
Posted to the web by Alyssa Kroeten