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Suspects attempt burglary of tools at construction site MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Thanks to a good surveillance systems and a speedy police response, duffel bags full of valuable construction tools were not stolen from a construction site in the 1300 block of Fish Hatchery Rd. Sunday, according to the Madison Police Department. MPD says they were contacted around 7:30 p.m. by a construction company employee about a burglary in process. The employee was at home watching from surveillance cameras as at least three suspects reportedly broke into trailers that contained high-valued tools inside the fenced construction site. When officers arrived, MPD says they spotted one suspect trying to escape by jumping a fence. Police took 21-year-old Brandon D. Singleton into custody on a tentative attempted burglary charge. The other suspects got away, MPD reports. The suspects had cut a padlock to gain entry into the site, MPD says.

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