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    Rifle Police say someone shot out the windows on 34 cars, three businesses and one home with a pellet or BB gun earlier this week. 

           


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    Burglars on home break-ins

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    What happens after a burglar gets inside

    This is where burglars said they search first and what they look for. 

           


    Fossil theft in Death Valley Nat. Park

    Ancient fossil footprints have been stolen from Death Valley National Park.

           


    Doris Payne in court Wednesday afternoon

    'Granny Gem Thief' Doris Payne has pleaded guilty to felony shoplifting charges in DeKalb County Superior Court and was sentenced Wednesday afternoon.

           



    Central HS threat part of larger prank

    A threat against Central High School in Grand Junction may be tied to a string of phoned-in threats nationwide, according to the Mesa County Sheriff. 

           


    Suspect admits to mosque vandalism

    The suspect accused of vandalizing the Islamic Center of Fort Collins on Sunday reportedly admitted to the crime.

           


    Suspect in El Paso County homicide

    The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is asking for help finding another suspect connected to the death of two teens. 

           


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