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Huntingburg Police took a Bristow man in custody yesterday after he was said to have made a number of unauthorized charges from a pair of local entities including his employer.

Back on April 12th, officers took a report from The Waters of Huntingburg that indicated several items were purchased through Steinkamp’s Home Center also of Huntingburg.

Police say the amount of unauthorized items purchased was tallied at more that 25-hundred dollars.

Huntingburg Detective Sgt. Christian Gogel launched an investigation into the matter. Gogel spoke with several employees with Steinkamps.

They said they were aware of the suspect, identified as 31-year old Shaun Brosmer of Bristow. Gogel told them to immediately call police if Brosmer would happen to return to the homecenter.

Yesterday afternoon, Brosmer did indeed return to the store and Gogel approached him at the Steinkamp’s counter

Brosmer was placed under arrest on a Level 6 felony count of attempted theft and five misdemeanor counts of theft.

He was taken to and booked into the Dubois County Security Center where he is being held on a $750 cash-only bond.

Police say their investigation will continue.

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