Oak Creek police ask for help identifying burglary suspect
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Oak Creek Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the person who burglarized a drug store.
Routt County Crime Stoppers is offering a $300 reward for information that leads to the suspect being identified.
Bonfiglio’s Drug Store at 118 W. Main St. in Oak Creek was burglarized at about 12:30 p.m. April 16.
One male broke into the store and stole prescription drugs. The pill bottles were white, about six inches tall and three inches in diameter.
The bottles were full and had 500 tablets each.
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The suspect is described as having shoulder-length blond hair and was wearing blue jeans.
Police believe the man might have had an accomplice.
Surveillance video shows a vehicle circling the area before and at the time of the burglary.
The vehicle was a white, four-door hatchback or station wagon.
Police think it resembles a newer Ford Focus or Fusion station wagon, and there is possibly damage to the front passenger fender and possibly the rear passenger door.
People with tips can remain anonymous by calling 970-870-6226.
Tips can also be sent via text message by texting NABM, followed by the tip to 274637 (crimes).
A confirmation text message will then be received if the text was received successfully.
People can also call the Oak Creek Police Department at 970-736-8355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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