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Madison police believe Middleton man connected to looting

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MADISON (WKOW) -- A Middleton man is in the Dane County Jail on a probation hold after police said he vandalized or looted three different buildings.

Authorities said Noa Q.P. Reick could face a criminal damage to property charge for allegedly throwing a piece of construction equipment through a window. Madison police released the news in an incident report Thursday afternoon.

The window belonged to a building at 2 East Mifflin St. Police said estimates amounted to $1,600 in damages.

The building would have been one of several damaged during vandalism and looting that plagued Madison from the evening of May 31 into the early hours of June 1.

Police have also tentatively charged Reick with burglary and criminal damage to property for allegedly looting Knuckleheads, 550 State St., the night before.

The same night, authorities claim, Reick looted the Under Armour store, 610 State St. Police are seeking another burglary charge for that incident.

JT Cestkowski

Social Media Content Producer/Desk Editor

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