Smokin’ In Sioux Falls; A Car Fire And Stolen Cigarettes
A small explosion heard in a northeast Sioux Falls neighborhood turned out to be from a car. Sioux Falls Fire Rescue was called to a house just north of Rice Street to put out an engine fire on a Dodge Neon. The fire melted the dashboard and destroyed the front of the car.
Dakota News Now reports the fire started around 2:30 on Wednesday morning. There were no reported injuries but the car is totaled. No other damage was reported.
In a separate case earlier on Wednesday morning, Sioux Falls Police were called to a business on West 12th Street a few blocks west of I-29 to investigate a burglary.
According to Sioux Falls Police spokesman Sam Clemens, around 1:20 am, two men, broke into the store and stole a large number of cigarettes with an estimated value of around $6,000.
Sioux Falls police are investigating after two suspects broke into a business and stole thousands of dollars worth of cigarettes, according to Dakota News Now.
Police have recovered security footage from the store. They hope the footage will identify the suspects. Police have not released any other details on this case.