Minnesota Statutes Crimes; Expungement; Victims (Ch. 609-624) § 609.525. Bringing stolen goods into state

Subdivision 1. Crime.  Whoever brings property into the state which the actor has stolen outside the state, or received outside of the state knowing it to have been stolen, may be sentenced in accordance with the provisions of section 609.52, subdivision 3 .  The actor may be charged, indicted, and tried in any county, but not more than one county, into or through which the actor has brought such property.

Subd. 2. Defining stolen property.  Property is stolen within the meaning of this section if the act by which the owner was deprived of property was a criminal offense under the laws of the state in which the act was committed and would constitute a theft under this chapter if the act had been committed in this state.

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