$87,000 worth of marijuana stolen in Crowley County, help police identify suspects

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$87,000 worth of marijuana stolen in Crowley County (Crowley County Sheriff’s Office)

CROWLEY COUNTY, Colo. — The Crowley County Sheriff’s Office says $87,000 worth of marijuana was stolen from a grow on April 5th and they need help identifying the three suspects.

Deputy John Mazzella, who is leading the investigation, says the dispensary caught three people on their surveillence camera after noticing their door was damaged.

They came in a blue Dodge Durango (2004-2006), coming off of I-25 southbound from Pueblo. The car did not have a license plate or registration. The suspects were completely covered. Mazzella says there may be three or more suspects involved.

They stole $87,226 worth of processed marijuana, some of which was entered into the state system and some that was not.

The suspects disabled video on the surveillence camera during the theft.

Mazzella says the suspects could be from Pueblo or from out of state.

If you have any information, or recognized any of the suspects, please contact Deputy Mazzella at 719-267-5235.

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