Woman charged for stealing items from Timberwolves locker room

A mugshot of Lexi Miller from April 2017. Photo Courtesy: Dakota County Jail

A 29-year-old Burnsville woman has been charged with burglary after allegedly stealing items from the Minnesota Timberwolves locker room, according to a Hennepin County criminal complaint.

On November 8, Minneapolis police responded to a burglary report at the Target Center. At the time the building was under construction and officers believe the suspect, Lexi Michele Miller, got inside through an unlocked or propped door.  

Surveillance video shows Miller going through the Target Center and taking items from the Timberwolves locker room. Police noted she apparently left notes on the white board that said "Who is Lexi Miller?" and "Shhhh."

The next day, police responded to 500 1st Avenue North, about a block away from the Target Center, for a report of a suspicious package. Inside, police found some of items stolen from the Target Center as well as Miller's financial transaction cards and her fishing license.

Miller is not in custody and her whereabouts are unknown. Police requested a warrant for her arrest.