No suspects in Glenwood Springs business break-ins
Police are investigating several break-ins at south Glenwood Springs businesses that occurred last weekend.
Authorities had no suspects Tuesday in the string of incidents that were characterized by relatively little theft at unusual targets that don’t keep much cash on hand.
“It’s not the kind of places you’d think people would break into,” said Glenwood Springs Police Lt. Bill Kimminau.
Kimminau suggested that local business owners to lock up valuables and take cash home at night, and encouraged anyone who sees something suspicious to call right away.
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