El Paso County Sheriff's detectives are hoping you can help them identify the suspect who smashed the front door of Easy Street Designs, located at 51 Widefield Boulevard, in Widefield, stealing a printer, four Apple iMac computers, and a dolly.
The incident happened Monday, January 18th, 2021 at 5:46 a.m.
Despite making several trips to transport the goods, they apparently were too much to handle: two of the computers, the printer, and the dolly were left behind -- discovered in a blue bucket, nestled in a group of trees near the business.
If you have information about the burglary, call the El Paso County Sheriff's Office Tip Line at (719) 520-7777.
The Sheriff's Office is also trying to find the people or person who stole a camper and two ATVs from A Storage Place, at 5835 Omaha Boulevard.
The crime occurred Christmas Day, around 8 p.m.
A white Jeep Grand Cherokee -- with mismatched rims on the passenger side -- was seen entering the gated storage lot. Not but a half hour later, that same vehicle was pulling the camper trailer out. A padlock to the trailer had been cut.
The camper is white with a red stripe, and "Rock Climber" written on the side. It has a license plate of BAQ N47, with a vin number of 4EZTR2224A8087433.
The trailer's front deck was also loaded with two ATVs: a yellow 2004 Suzuki 400cc, and a yellow 2005 Honda 450cc.
If you know anything about the crime, or the burglar, call the El Paso County Sheriff's Office Tip Line at (719) 520-7777.