Synthetic limb among items taken in burglary
ROCHESTER — A synthetic arm used as a medical training device was among the items taken in the burglary of a detached garage in Marion Township, southeast of Rochester, on Thursday or Friday, according to the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office.
The arm, which is used for people to practice giving injections, is valued at $4,000, according to Sgt. Scott Behrns.
Including the arm and miscellaneous tools, a total of $5,000 in items were taken in the burglary, he said.