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By David Martin
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Developments made in burglary investigations

 

April 17, 2019

The Green River Police Department is making progress in investigations regarding several burglaries occurring in the city during the past few months.

According to Jamie Green, spokeswoman for the GRPD, the burglaries have centered on vehicles that have been left unlocked overnight. The vehicles are opened up and rummaged through, with the perpetrators seeking valuables or loose cash and change to take. So far, the burglaries have occurred in February, March and April and have taken place on Bridger Drive, Hitching Post Drive, Medicine Bow Drive and several other streets. While developments have been made in the investigations, the GRPD is remaining quiet about the incidents.

"We have had developments in the cases, but at this time we cannot disclose any information as far as suspect(s) without jeopardizing our investigation," Green wrote in an email to the Star.

She did say the GRPD believes the same people are involved in the multiple burglaries.

As the investigation continues, residents are encouraged to contact Det. Cpl. Karl Bode with the GRPD at 872-6188. If residents believe they're a victim of an auto burglary, they should contact dispatch at 875-1400.

The GRPD is also encouraging residents to ensure their vehicles are locked and to never leave cash of valuable items inside a parked vehicle.

 

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