A 52-year-old Osseo man has been arrested in connection with a recent burglary at Chippewa Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
Daniel R. Myher was arrested Monday on a preliminary charge of burglary in connection with the case, according to Eau Claire Police Department arrest records.
Last week, Habitat for Humanity officials reported the theft, which occurred sometime between late June 30 and the morning of July 2.
Money, totaling in the thousands, was stolen, and the building was significantly damaged when Chippewa Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 145 N. Clairemont Ave., was broken into.
Because of the damage and repairs that needed to be made, ReStore was closed last week. It reopened Tuesday.
ReStore sells new and donated building materials and home furnishings, and all of the profits go back into Habitat for Humanity programs.