Charges filed against man accused of breaking into Habitat for Humanity store

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU)-- An Osseo man accused of breaking into the Chippewa Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore, is now charged.

Daniel Myher, 52, faces five counts in Eau Claire County, including burglary and possession of meth.

According to the criminal complaint, Myher broke into the store on July 1. It says investigators could see Myher in surveillance video removing a ladder from a dumpster and a cement block and bringing the items near the store. It says he also moved several storm doors.

Myher was arrested at Newell Park in Eau Claire. Police say he had a pipe on him which tested positive for meth.

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