Boulder burglary might be tied to car break-in at DIA

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BOULDER, Colo. -- Boulder police believe a car break-in at Denver International Airport led to a home burglary in Boulder on Sunday.

Police were called to a house on Palo Parkway as the homeowner saw surveillance video of the burglar in his house. The video was on delay, so by the time police arrived at the scene, the suspect had fled.

When the homeowner returned to DIA, he discovered his car had been broken into and the garage door opener, vehicle registration and golf clubs were stolen.

“We’re processing the car as well as the home and looking at the video surveillance,” Boulder police spokeswoman Shannon Cordingly said. “Hopefully, with those three things we’ll be able to develop a strong lead and solve this case.”

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