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SARATOGA, Wyo. — Wyoming police said they are looking for three men in regards to a car theft case, and they believe the suspects may have ties to Colorado.

On March 6 at about 3 a.m., three male suspects were caught on surveillance video, arriving in Saratoga, Wyo. with a vehicle stolen from Rawlins, Wyo., said the Saratoga Police Department.

Police said the investigation revealed that the suspects then abandoned the stolen car, a 2000 silver Chevy Silverado, and took three other vehicles owned by Saratoga residents.

The stolen Saratoga vehicles were a 2004 silver Toyota Tacoma pickup, a 2004 gold Ford Escape and a 2005 spruce green Toyota Avalon.

The pickup truck was found outside of Rawlins, Wyo., but the other two cars remain missing, added detectives.

Police said they believe the three suspects have connections not only in the Rawlins, Wyo. area, but in Fort Collins, Colo. as well.

Anyone with information regarding this case were asked to contact the Saratoga Police Department at 307-326-8316.