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Police looking for ATM burglary suspect

Daily staff report
Vail, CO Colorado

VAIL – Vail Police are again seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect involved in another burglary in Vail. Sometime Thursday night, the ATM inside the Golden Peak Lodge, located at 458 Vail Valley Drive, was burglarized. It is unknown how the suspect was able to get into the building, but common hand tools were used to cut and pry open the ATM. The suspect was able to take an undisclosed amount of cash from the machine.

This most recent burglary is the latest in a series of several others, including one at the same location on Feb. 11, as well as several other locations throughout Vail and Eagle County. Authorities believe the same suspect is responsible for the string of burglaries.

Video surveillance of the suspect recorded previously indicates he is a white male, approximately 5-foot-11 to 6-foot-1 tall, weighing approximately 150 to 180 pounds, wearing a blue work-style jacket, tan or khaki pants and a black ski mask and light colored beanie. The suspect was also carrying a light-colored, medium-sized cooler, which presumably contains a variety of tools, including a cordless drill and several pry tools.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact the Vail Police Department at 970-479-2200 and can remain anonymous. A $1,000 reward through Crime Stoppers will be available for anyone with information that leads to the identification or arrest of this suspect.

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