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Man charged after rash of burglaries throughout Duluth

DULUTH, MN – A Duluth man was charged Friday after a rash of burglaries throughout the city.

Kyle Michael Carl, 25, made his first appearance in St. Louis County Court where he was charged with one count of third-degree burglary.

Carl’s bail was set at $50,000 and his next scheduled appearance is set for November.

According to court documents, Carl’s most recent charge stems from a burglary at Duluth Cider in the Lincoln Park neighborhood on September 12.

The owner of the business told police that a pair of sunglasses, a box of industrial gloves, a pair of work boots, and a Duluth Pack bag were all taken from a production space in the building.

Police say they used surveillance video to determine that the break-in happened around 5:19 a.m. September 12. Based on the video, they determined Carl was the suspect.

On September 25, police arrested Carl during an unrelated incident.

According to court documents, police say during the arrest he was wearing the exact same outfit as seen on the surveillance video from the Duluth Cider burglary.

He also had two computers and a speaker system with him, both of which police allege to be stolen.

Carl has several other pending criminal cases, including alleged burglaries at the Woodland Car Wash on May 18, Carmody’s Irish Pub on June 28, and the US Bank building on July 22.

CBS 3 reached out to multiple of those businesses Carl burglarized for comment, but they declined.


Briggs LeSavage

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