A Storm Lake man was charged after identified on security video posted on the Storm Lake Police Facebook page.
Police investigated a report Friday morning of a burglary to a vehicle parked at Wal-Mart, with several items removed from the vehicle. A review of the Wal-Mart security video detected a male and female at approximately 3:00am and the male allegedly entered the victim’s vehicle. After posting the video on Facebook, police received a large number of tips as to the identity of the two people in the parking lot.
Friday evening, police were dispatched back to Wal-Mart after receiving a report that the male suspect… later identified as 24-year-old Andrew Raygor of Storm Lake… was back in the store attempting to pay for merchandise he allegedly admitted to stealing from the store earlier in the day.
Early Saturday morning police searched Raygor’s residence at 322 West Eighth Street, where they seized items stolen from the burglarized vehicle. Raygor was charged with burglary to a vehicle, an aggravated misdemeanor… and fifth-degree theft, a simple misdemeanor. He was jailed on a two-thousand dollar bond.
An adult female was also questioned in the connection with the investigation, but was later released.