Fort Lupton trucking business hopes video helps police catch burglars, reward also offered

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Fort Lupton burglary suspects

Fort Lupton burglary suspects

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FORT LUPTON, Colo. — A Fort Lupton business was burglarized and the people responsible haven’t been caught.

Desperate for help, the owner of Fossil Fuel Energy Services contacted FOX31 Denver hoping surveillance video of the burglars would help police track down leads.

“It was just surprising because they are professional at it,” said Crystian Aguilar, an employee at Fossil Fuel Energy Services. “They came and they knew exactly what they were doing.”

The family owned and operated trucking company has been in business since 1999.

Surveillance video from April 11 shows two men with hooded sweat shirts break into the office. A woman with a noticeable limp is also seen on video.

The trio stole a computer, motorcycle and a safe that had blank checks, business documents and employees’ personal information.

Aguilar believes the burglars checked out the area surrounding the business earlier in the day. The burglars cut through a fence surrounding the property around 2:20 a.m. on April 11. They left with the stolen itmes in less than 10 minutes.

Fort Lupton Police say the investigation is ongoing.

The Aguilar’s are offering a reward for any information leading to an arrest.

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