SBPD looking for burglars that failed at burgling

first_img (Krystal Vivian/95.3 MNC) South Bend Police are looking for two men that broke into a hardware store, but ultimately left empty handed. It happened at The Builders Store on Mishawaka Ave.Surveillance video shows one of those men throwing a brick through the front window and reaching in to grab the first thing he could get his hands on. That happened to be a lawnmower. Unbeknownst to the would-be burglar the lawnmower was tied down and wasn’t going anywhere. Video shows the suspect pulling hard on the lawn mower several times before finally falling over in defeat and fleeing the scene.While nothing was stolen the shop was left with the bill for the broken window. Anyone with information is urged to call South Bend Police or Crimestoppers. You can find the suspects image here with WSBT. Pinterest SBPD looking for burglars that failed at burgling By Carl Stutsman – April 17, 2020 0 516 Twitter WhatsApp IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Google+ Twitter Facebook Facebook Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleStimulus money for those who owe child support will be redirectedNext articleWhitmer hopes to start reopening sectors of Michigan economy on May 1 Carl Stutsmanlast_img read more

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​AP1 awards $1.5bn private equity mandate to Hamilton Lane

first_imgMore changes to AP funds’ investment rules on the horizon Sweden’s AP funds should be allowed to invest directly as part of a continued modernisation of their investment rules, according to a government-commissioned report from consultancy group McKinseyHow We Run Our Money: Första AP-fonden (AP1) Mikael Angberg (pictured), AP1’s chief investment officer, speaks to Carlo Svaluto Moreolo about the buffer fund’s investment philosophy AP1 – one of Sweden’s five state pension buffer funds – has signed a deal with private markets manager Hamilton Lane allowing it to make up to $1.5bn (€1.3bn) of private equity investments over the next three years.The Stockholm-based pension fund said it was planning to lift its overall private equity exposure across its investment portfolio.AP1’s head of private equity Jan Rådberg told IPE: “We aim to increase our private equity exposure from 5% to a maximum of 6%, of AP1’s total assets.”Based on the fund’s SEK324bn (€30.6bn) portfolio at the end of 2018, a one-percentage-point increase would mean adding SEK3.2bn. “It is a very flexible investment service solution which allows AP1 to commit $1.5bn to private equity over the next three years,” Rådberg said.He said recent revisions to the investment rules for the four main AP funds had opened up the possibility of increased exposure to illiquid investments.“As a consequence, we are planning to increase our private equity exposure slightly,” he said.The investment rules for AP1, AP2, AP3 and AP4 were revised by the Swedish government last year, with the changes taking effect at the beginning of January.AP1 deal with Hamilton Lane followed a SEK300m investment in a private equity fund committed to aligning with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.Stockholm-based private equity firm Summa Equity said it had raised SEK6.5bn in total to invest in Nordic and European companies working for solutions to global challenges.Further readinglast_img read more

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Keane plays down Celtic links

first_img The 42-year-old, currently on international duty as assistant to Ireland boss Martin O’Neill, stopped short of ruling himself out of contention for the post vacated by Lennon on Thursday. However, questioned repeatedly on the topic after Ireland’s training session in Malahide on Friday lunchtime, he repelled all advances. “As I said, I have got a job, we have got a game at the weekend, a busy old weekend coming up and I am looking forward to that.” Ireland face Turkey in a friendly at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday before meeting Italy at Craven Cottage and Costa Rica and Portugal in the United States early next month. Keane was being quoted as a 16/1 shot for the job by William Hill on Friday afternoon after early favourite Henrik Larsson eased to 3-1 alongside departed United manager David Moyes with Owen Coyle heading the field at 9/4. Keane, who finished his playing career at Parkhead after leaving Manchester United, said: “I’ve got a job – I’ve got two jobs – I can’t have another one. “They are a brilliant club, an absolutely fantastic football club, one of the best in the world. But I have got a job.” He added with a smile: “I’m not taking a pay cut for anybody.” Keane’s other job is his role as a television pundit, which will take him away from the Ireland camp for Saturday night’s Champions League final in Lisbon. However, asked further what his response might have been if he was not employed by both the Football Association of Ireland and ITV, he replied: “I don’t know, I haven’t got a clue. “There’s always speculation when you are out of work or whatever. People might see this role as part-time or whatever, but it keeps me busy, I enjoy it. “I’m happy with what I’m doing and if somebody calls me, I will speak to Martin and the FAI and we will have a look at it. “But it’s all speculation, and obviously that speculation comes from yourselves. I don’t think you have heard it from any club sources. Roy Keane has distanced himself from speculation that he could be the man to succeed Neil Lennon as Celtic manager. Press Associationlast_img read more

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