Police investigating car break-ins at three Colorado Springs parks

Surveillance images show the two women accused of breaking into cars at two Colorado Springs parks on January 1. Colorado Springs Police Department

Police have released surveillance images of people accused of breaking into cars at three Colorado Springs parks earlier this year. 

Police said one of the burglaries happened January 1 between 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. at Red Rock Canyon Open Space. The suspects broke into a car by damaging the door, according to police. 

Another burglary happened the same day between 4 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at Bear Creek Dog Park. 

Police said the suspects in both burglaries stole credit cards and used them to make fraudulent purchases. After reviewing surveillance video from two local stores, they determined the same suspects were involved in both burglaries. 

The surveillance video shows two white or Hispanic women using the stolen cards to purchase several thousand dollars worth of gift cards at the self-checkout registers, according to police. 

The third burglary happened around 5:30 a.m. March 21 in North Cheyenne Cañon Park, near Helen Hunt Falls. Police said when the victims left their car for about 10 minutes, someone broke through one of the windows and stole their wallets. She then used their credit cards to make fraudulent purchases, according to police. 

Gas station surveillance video indicates the suspect is a white or Hispanic woman with long dirty blonde hair. She arrived in a silver four-door sedan, according to police.

Surveillance images of all three suspects are available above. 

Anyone with information about any of these suspects is asked to call police at 719-444-7000, or Crime Stoppers at 719-634-STOP (7867). 

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