Officers search for suspect in Allouez burglaryTwo men suspected of trying to rob an Allouez home this afternoon are being sought by Superior Police.
Two men suspected of trying to rob an Allouez home this afternoon are being sought by Superior Police.
At about 12:50 p.m. today officers from the Superior Police Department were dispatched to 3705 E. First St. on a report that the homeowner had come home to find two individuals in his residence. The homeowner had chased the two apparent burglars from his residence and was able to detain one of the two individuals.
While officers were responding to the scene they found that the suspect the homeowner had detained was able to escape and flee into the wetland/brushy area to the north that is commonly referred to as the “Nemadji Fill.”
Officers from the Superior Police Department, Douglas County Sheriff's Department, and Wisconsin State Patrol established a perimeter around the wooded area that was bordered by U.S. Highway 2/East Second Street, the Tri-County recreational trail and from about 31st Avenue East to 35th Avenue East.
Mutual aide was requested from the Duluth Police Department in the form of a K9 and handler. The K9 and officers searched the wooded area but were unable to locate the suspect.
Through additional investigation one of the suspects has been identified as Anthony L. Androsky, age 19, of Superior. Androsky is wanted at this time for attempted burglary and criminal damage to property. Anyone with information pertaining to Androsky’s whereabouts is asked to call 911, contact the department tipline, or contact the department via the online or text tip program (Tip411).
The investigation into this matter is on-going at thi