Police and Crime Stoppers ask for help identifying gun theft suspect in Englewood

Callers can remain anonymous and earn up to $2,000, notice says

Posted 8/2/17

The Metro Denver Crime Stoppers organization and the Englewood Police Department released a notice Aug. 1 asking for help identifying a male suspected of entering a gun store in Englewood and stealing a handgun from a display case July 22.

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Police and Crime Stoppers ask for help identifying gun theft suspect in Englewood

Callers can remain anonymous and earn up to $2,000, notice says

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The Metro Denver Crime Stoppers organization and the Englewood Police Department released a notice Aug. 1 asking for help identifying a male suspected of entering a gun store in Englewood and stealing a handgun from a display case July 22.

Those who give tips can remain anonymous, said the notice, which also said they could earn up to $2,000 for helping to solve crimes.

The store, The Shootist Pistol Range at 2980 S. Galapago St., is also a shooting range. The suspect has tattoos on his left arm and a large tattoo on the top of his right hand, the notice said. He appears to be light-skinned, bearded and heavy set with brown hair. In the flier, he is shown wearing a gray shirt that says “Don't Waste Your Life.”

To offer information on the suspect, you can text a message to 274637 (CRIMES). The notice said to title your message DMCS (for Denver Metro Crime Stoppers) and enter it. You can also call 720-913-7867.

The Crime Stoppers organization collects information on unsolved crimes or individuals wanted by police. The tip line is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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