Rifle Thrift Store, Rifle Creek Museum burglarized, vandalized | PostIndependent.com

Rifle Thrift Store, Rifle Creek Museum burglarized, vandalized

Crime Stoppers of Garfield County is searching for information that will lead to the arrest and/or indictment of a suspect or suspects involved in a burglary and criminal mischief case.

In the early morning hours on Saturday, Dec. 17, the culprit(s) broke into multiple locations in the Rifle area.

One incident occurred at the Rifle Creek Museum located at 337 East Ave., when the culprit(s) used a pick axe to gain entry into the building. Once inside the alarm system was torn off of the wall, disabling the system.

Next door at the Rifle Thrift Store, approximately $1,500 worth of damage was caused.

The Rifle Police Department is looking for any information that will move this case forward.

Remain anonymous and earn up to $1,000 by visiting http://www.garcocrimestoppers.com and clicking “Report a Tip” Tab, or calling 970-945-0101.

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