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Crime Briefs: Local Theft Caught on Camera
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On New Year’s Day at about 9:15 p.m. Deputy Michael Martinez was dispatched to a business in Colorado City on a report of a theft.

The reporting party who worked for the business observed two males stealing items from the business and called the PCSO. The males were observed driving northbound on the interstate in a dark colored Ford truck.

The reporting party told Deputy Martinez the items taken and also gave the deputy the license plate number. The theft was caught on tape and viewed by the deputy.

On January 4 at about 2:45 a.m. a Pueblo County Sheriff Deputy responded to a Rye location on Highway 165 in reference to suspicious activity. Deputies searched the location and could not find anyone had been there.

Also, on January 4th but at about 11:30 a.m. a deputy checked a Colorado City area for an unknown party who was inquiring about protocols for someone who overdosed. The party was not very cooperative or forth coming as to why he was asking the questions. The deputy checked the home and the vehicle listed but no one was observed.

On New Year’s Day a deputy was dispatched just after 9:30 a.m. in regard to a male sitting on a bench talking to himself in Colorado City. The reporting party indicated they were concerned about the cold weather. Deputies made contact with the male who stated he was fine.

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