Two burglars escaped with loot from Littleton homes in the last two weeks. No one was injured. The first incident was reported the morning of Nov.10, …
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Two burglars escaped with loot from Littleton homes in the last
two weeks. No one was injured.
The first incident was reported the morning of Nov.10, in the
2400 block of W. Dry Creek Court. The family heard doors opening
and closing downstairs around 11 p.m. the night before but thought
it was one of the other people living in the home making the
In the morning they discovered more than $600 in cash missing
from wallets, several drawers emptied on the deck and a broken
sliding glass door.
No fingerprints were found.
The second incident occurred on S. Houston Waring Circle on Nov.
13, just before midnight. A mother and her daughter were sitting
watching TV when the lights in the kitchen went out. Several
minutes later the front door to the house opened and a strange man
walked inside. By the time the mother stood up the man ran away,
but he first grabbed a purse.
The suspect was described as a male, 6 feet to 6 feet 2 inches
tall, 150 to 175 pounds, long brown hair in a ponytail, wearing
black sweat pants, a maroon sweat shirt and black gloves.
Police checked with RTD security cameras and found a man
matching the description walking westbound across the bridge. The
man then got into a blue-colored car and headed north on South
Platte River Parkway.
In the backyard of the home, the fuse box was found wide open
with the kitchen fuse turned off.
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