FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SNOWMASS VILLAGE POLICE WARN PUBLIC AFTER A RECENT RISE IN THEFTS
Snowmass Village, Colo.- July 30 2015- Snowmass Village Police have received several reports of stolen property over the past two weeks. The majority of stolen items have been bicycles, in addition to one set of golf clubs. Nearly all of these thefts have involved property that was unattended and unlocked.
Some bicycles were taken from bike racks on vehicles; others were taken from areas around residences. The golf clubs were taken from a porch area. The stolen bikes included a downhill bike, two mountain bikes, and two road bikes.
“Although we live in a safe community, it is still important to lock up your valuables”, said Officer Brady Jax of the Snowmass Village Police Department. If you have a valuable piece of equipment Snowmass Police recommend that you take the extra step of securing it inside your residence.
The Snowmass Village Police Department has a Bike Registration program aimed to reduce bicycle thefts. For more information about this program visit www.tosv.com, call the police department at (970)923-5330, or stop by the police department located at 130 Kearns Road.
The Snowmass Village Police Department is calling on visitors and residents to keep an eye out for suspicious activity. If you see something suspicious call the police department at (970)923-5330. If your call is an emergency please dial 911.
The Snowmass Village Police Department aims to prevent crime through open communication with the public. If you have been the victim of theft please call (970)923-5330 to file a report.
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