Two Minneapolis residents reported a burglary in the Columbia Heights area Thursday night.
Sandra Smith, 22, and Robert Acoff-Johnson,18, of 1411 45 AV N told the police they awoke from sleeping around 9:15 a.m. when they heard loud noises coming from the their house, according to a report filed by Minneapolis police.
When the Smith and Acoff-Anderson went to investigate, they found the bathroom window open and the screen was removed. The opening was large enough for someone to fit through, the police report said.
Nobody else was there when the police arrived besides Smith and Acoff-Johnson, reported the police. Smith and Acoff-Johnson told the officers that some of their belongings were missing, according to the report. The missing items belonged to Acoff-Anderson who does not live at this residence, but was staying with Smith, the tenant of this house.
Police reported no damage to the screen or window where the break-in happened.
According to the report, the victims said they believe that it was their two neighbors that may have committed this offense. Both victims don’t have evidence to prove that their neighbors are suspects, police said. Officer Michael Monson gave the two victims blue cards and the case is being investigated.