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Crime Briefs: Colorado City Business Hit
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On Sunday February 23 at about 1:45 p.m. Sgt. Joshua Rude responded to a business in Colorado City in regard to a possible burglary. The owner indicated on a routine visit to the facility they found nine locks that had been cut.

There were no cameras on the premises and no sign of forced entry. Everything had been in order at about 3 p.m. on the 22nd. In addition to the cut locks several of the units had damage estimated at $1,000. The owners had already begun repairs so there was no possibility of dusting for prints or detecting DNA.

On February 22 at about 8:30 p.m. Deputy Cassandra Gonzales was dispatched to a Pueblo West address on a fraud report. The reporting party indicated they were trying to lease some property for a relative. A male party contacted the RP and was in California.

After several messages the RP filled out a form for lease. On the lease the RP listed personal information After discussion it was difficult to find a pay app that would work and so the RP began getting suspicious. The RP did further investigation and found out the person they were dealing with had passed away several months ago. No money changed hands but the RP was concerned about the personal information they had disclosed. Officer Gonzales attempted to call the number but got a recording indicating it was not a valid number.

On February 22 at about 4:15 p.m. Deputy Jennifer McConnell reported to a business in Pueblo West on report of a theft that had just occurred. A Hispanic man wearing multiple jackets and carrying a comforter had been reported stealing the comforter from the store.

A clerk at the store reported a customer said they had seen the male get into a car and leave the area quickly. After viewing the in-store camera it appeared the male also had a package of sheets when he exited the building. The value of the stolen items was$52.50.

Photos of the male were uploaded into the report.

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