SOUTHERN COLORADO (KRDO) -- A female home burglary suspect was kind enough to give investigators a full view of her face, a fact that could allow detectives to bring justice to victims.
The burglary happened on the St. Charles Mesa last month.
The female appears to have bear print tattoos on her chest, and perhaps a gap in her front teeth; her male companion -- while not facing the camera -- has several tattoos on the back of his neck. One of them appears to have the date, 2-13-52.
If you recognize the burglary suspects, you can call the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office at 719-583-6250, or your can remain anonymous by contacting Crimestoppers at 719-542-STOP.
Pueblo County Detectives are also seeking to identify a shoplifting suspect, who was wearing a black Marilyn Monroe t-shirt. According to the PCSO, the man targeted the Big R in Pueblo West. He later go into a white van without license plates.
If you know who the man is, or perhaps know where he might be parking, call the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office at 719-583-6250, or Crimestoppers at 719-542-STOP.
A man who apparently picked up another man's jacket -- then wore it as his own -- didn't do it mistakenly. El Paso County Sheriff's Deputies say the suspect took the jacket, which contained the victim's wallet, $500 cash, an iPhone, and keys to their vehicle.
The crime happened April 19th, 2022, in the 3700 block of S. Highway 85/87 in the Stratmoor area.
If you recognize the suspect, please call EPSO at 719-520-7777.