Repeat GTA. Officers were dispatched Oct. 16 to a residence on the 11000 block of Oakland Street, Commerce City. A man told police his truck had been stolen overnight and provided security footage that showed the incident and the suspect’s vehicle. Officers found the other truck, which had been reported stolen on Oct. 13, abandoned not even a block away from the man’s home, according to a police report. The man’s truck was found abandoned in unincorporated Adams County that evening. Several items not belonging to the owners were left in both vehicles, including drug paraphernalia, a spray paint can and clothing.
Wired thief. Officers were dispatched Oct. 19 to a construction site on the 9300 block of 105th Avenue, Commerce City. The superintendent told police that someone had stolen electrical wiring from two recently framed homes overnight. Copper wiring worth about $2,350 was taken from the two sites, according to a police report.
Bike burglary. Officers were dispatched Oct. 17 to the 5300 block of 60th Avenue, Commerce City. A man told police that he and his sister found the door to his garage left open. The only item missing was a bike valued at $120. The man recalled hearing his dogs barking the night before, according to police reports. Officers believe someone entered through an unlocked, large window and then left out the back door.
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Source:: The Denver Post