TOWN OF HERMAN, Wis. - The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office said Friday that community assistance helped identify a vehicle that was used in two burglaries in the Town of Herman.
Two burglaries happened over the last two weeks, investigators said. Officials requested that community members keep an eye out for a 2010-2014 Mazda 3 with dark tinted windows, which was believed to be involved with the crimes.
According to officials, on Friday afternoon, the Sheriff's Office was contacted with a report of a vehicle matching that description.
Officials said that they made contact with the vehicle, and the individuals that were using it are currently being interviewed by detectives.
The Sheriff's Office thanked the public for their help in the investigation.
"This was truly a team effort by the community and our staff to quickly identify these persons of interest and vehicle," they said in a news release.
Officials encouraged the community to continue to report suspicious activity to help prevent and solve crime in the area.
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