Fargo Police investigating early-morning incident


In the early-morning hours today, Fargo Police officers responded to a concerning incident that occurred in the 3500 block of 28th Street South.

A female resident of an apartment had an unidentified male ring her buzzer. The unknown male told her that her car alarm was going off. The female called a friend, and they both investigated the car alarm. When they returned to her apartment, an unknown male was found hiding inside the residence. The female's friend got into a struggle with the suspect and received non-life threatening injuries. The victim was treated at a local hospital. The suspect fled and was not located. The only description of the suspect that we can provide at this time is that it was possibly a thin build male approximately 5’8” wearing dark clothing.

Police detectives are working with the building management to investigate this case. Authorities are asking the residents of Fargo to please use caution when answering apartment buzzers or doorbells when no one is expected. And as a reminder, if you leave your house or apartment for even a short period of time, please lock your doors behind you.

No further information is available at this time.