Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office personnel are seeking information on a pair of incidents that occurred recently in the county — one involving burglary and the other involving criminal mischief and criminal trespass.
The burglary incident resulted in six TVs being stolen from Wyndham condo units, reported ACSO Detective Sgt. Jacob Beach and Detective Monica Medina.
According to Beach and Medina, an ACSO deputy responded to the report of the burglaries on Nov. 19, with the burglaries believed to have taken place sometime between Nov. 16 and 19.
Medina explained that, at the time of the burglaries, Wyndham had several condos out of service that were awaiting maintenance, and the burglaries were discovered when the maintenance worker arrived at the units.
A total of six 32-inch Samsung LCD TVs were discovered missing from three different units, with two TVs taken from each unit, Medina noted.
A total of 40 units, however, were involved, with the units, all located downstairs, showing evidence that a break-in was attempted, Medina explained.
None of the TVs have been recovered, Medina reported, and it is believed they were privately sold.
Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Floyd Capistrant at 264-8450 or Archuleta County Combined Dispatch at 731-2160.
ACSO personnel are also seeking information on another incident that involved criminal mischief and second-degree criminal trespassing.
According to Beach, an ACSO deputy responded to the report of the crime at Misty Mountain Canna Farm on Mill Creek Road on Nov. 12.
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