Loiselle's Liquor Owner Describes Sunday Night Theft

The owner of Loiselle's Liquor describes the theft at his store Sunday night. The owner of Loiselle's Liquor describes the theft at his store Sunday night. |  Photo: WDIO-TV

Ryan Juntti
Updated: November 20, 2018 11:59 AM

DULUTH - The owner of Loiselle's Liquor described the theft that took place at his store on Sunday night.

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Owner Christopher Loiselle says a 13-year-old boy walked in the door and grabbed a 12 pack of beer.

Loiselle says the boy ran out the door chased by an employee, and dropped the 12 pack.

An employee attempted to confront the boy, which is when the boy allegedly pulled a gun, according to Loiselle.

Related: 13-Year-Old Allegedly Robs Duluth Liquor Store

Police say they responded with a canine unit, and were able to catch the 13-year-old, and that he was booked into the Arrowhead Juvenile Center.

Loiselle says his store has been the subject of theft at least once a month from all sorts of different people, but says there have never been any incidents where anyone pulled a gun.


Ryan Juntti

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