Arvada Police investigate string of burglaries

Staff report
Posted 10/11/18

The Arvada Police Department is investigating eight business burglaries that occurred in the early morning hours of Oct. 11 in the city.

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Arvada Police investigate string of burglaries

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The Arvada Police Department is investigating eight business burglaries that occurred in the early morning hours of Oct. 11 in the city.

The Army Navy Surplus store at 57 Avenue and Olde Wadsworth was broken into at approximately 1:35 a.m. The thieves then burglarized a European grocery and donut shop, in the 10300 block of Ralston Road. Officers located additional businesses in the areas of W. 64th Avenue and Simms Street, and W. 58th Avenue and Ward Road which had been burglarized to include a laundromat, Domino’s Pizza, a tobacco shop, a massage parlor and a liquor store.

The investigation has revealed the suspects made entry into the businesses by breaking through windows and doors utilizing landscaping rocks. The suspects took items from the businesses that included ammunition and pocketknives from Army Navy Surplus. Suspects also took cash registers from some of the locations.

Surveillance video has been obtained from the businesses and consistently shows four suspects, all wearing hooded sweatshirts with the hoods pulled tight over their faces. The suspects were associated with a white, four-door sedan, possibly a late 1990s model Honda Civic.

The Arvada Police Department is looking for any information, which could help with the identification of the suspects involved. One of the suspects is wearing a light gray colored hooded sweatshirt with “True Religion” on the back.

Call the Arvada Police Department at 720-898-6900 with any information related to this case.

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