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Posted on: April 10, 2017

Castle Rock Police investigates break-ins. Here’s how to keep your car safe


The Castle Rock Police Department is today asking for the public’s help and diligence as officers investigate a series of break-ins that happened early this morning in The Meadows.

Around 3 a.m. this morning, Castle Rock Police responded to a call of a possible trespass along Springbriar Drive in The Meadows. When officers arrived, the suspects fled in a stolen vehicle. After a short pursuit, officers stopped following to protect public safety.

The driver was described as a black male, between 5 feet 10 inches and 6 feet tall, thin build, and wearing a dark-colored hoodie. There was also a passenger, who was also described as a black male. The suspects were last seen driving a maroon 2012 Cadillac SRX with Colorado license plates QMU701. The vehicle was stolen from unincorporated Douglas County several days ago.


Anyone with information can call Castle Rock Police at 303-663-6100. While the investigation is still on-going, officers believe the suspects were involved in as many as 19 car break-ins throughout the neighborhood.

As always, Castle Rock Police is asking the community to follow these safety tips to keep your car safe:

  • Please remember to lock your car doors
  • Close car windows
  • Remove valuables from your car

Learn more about Castle Rock Police at


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