Supsects sought in home vandalism cases
20 home and vehicle windows broken in Highlands Ranch
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in identifying two suspects who were caught on video surveillance in the area of Redhaven Way in Highlands Ranch throwing rocks through windows of homes.
Numerous residents were awakened to the sounds of breaking glass overnight on June 7 and multiple calls were placed into the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies arrived to find more than 20 car and house windows had been broken with rocks, spanning 20 blocks between Broadway and University, south of C-470.
Home video taken by one of the victims shows a gray or silver Dodge Durango pull up to the front of a residence with headlights on. The driver exited the vehicle as well as the passenger. The driver came around to the passenger side, where the passenger handed him a rock which he then threw through the front porch window.
In the video, the driver is observed wearing a black/gray t-shirt, black ball cap on backwards and black shorts. The passenger was wearing an orange or red t-shirt with black shorts. Both appeared to be white males, possibly in their teens.
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for any information leading to an arrest and the reporting person can remain anonymous. Tips can be called into 720-913-STOP (7867), or texted to: 274637 (CRIMES). Anonymous tips also can be reported online by clicking this link or by calling the sheriff’s tip line at 303-660-7579.
The video can be viewed here.