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- Kelli Narde Director of Communications, 303-734-8400
- Commander Trent Cooper Police PIO, 303-795-3848
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Burglary of the Boardroom
Littleton Police Department is investigating a burglary of the Boardroom, 51 West Dry Creek Court, which occurred on February 17, 2020 at approximately 05:40 am. Initial calls were made to Littleton Police Department at approximately 09:10 am indicating a vehicle had driven through the building windows and was stationary inside the business. Littleton Police responded to the scene and located the unoccupied vehicle in the business with no suspects or other persons inside. South Metro Fire Rescue responded to determine the safety of the building as there was significant structural damage. It was determined an inspection would be required prior to the normal operating hours. City of Littleton Inspectors are currently completing an inspection to determine the safety of the building. Through the Littleton Police investigation, it has been determined the vehicle is listed as stolen and was occupied by two unidentified males at the time of the incident. We are currently investigating all leads as we receive more information on this case.