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Glyndon man sentenced for break-in, theft at Wolf Lake Liquor Store

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Detroit Lakes Minnesota 511 Washington Avenue 56501

One of two men charged with breaking into the Wolf Lake Liquor Store on March 29 was sentenced to prison last week in Becker County District Court.

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Chase Dillon Bailie, 19, of Glyndon, was given a 21-month prison sentence, stayed on conditions including completion of up to 10 years of supervised probation, 180 days in jail and payment of $1,085 in court fines and fees, as well as $11,107 in restitution for damages.

Bailie and Nicholas Wallace Johnson, 22, of Hawley, were accused of breaking into the liquor store using pry tools, then stealing a safe from the office.

 They were identified through surveillance video that showed two men entering the building at around 3 a.m.

The complaint said that the door of an ATM machine had also been pried open, but the safe inside had been left intact.

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