ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC)-- Rochester police arrested a man after he allegedly broke into Snappy Stop causing more than 2-thousand dollars in damage and then ran from officers.
It happened around 12:40 a.m. Sunday morning at 37 9th Street SE. A witness tells police he was leaving Pizza Hut near Snappy Stop when he heard glass breaking. He turned the corner and says he saw a man breaking the drive-through window of Snappy Stop.
The witness immediately called police and when they arrived on scene the man took off on foot. Officers say 20-year-old Abdi Ahmed didn't make it far before they arrested him.
Ahmed is facing charges for fleeing and for causing more than 2-thousand dollars in damage to the fast food restaurant.
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