Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) has seen a recent increase in burglaries in the area of the City of Castle Pines. Sheriff David A. Weaver encourages citizens to keep their eyes and ears open to what is going on in and around their neighborhoods.
DCSO has had three residential burglaries in the area of the City of Castle Pines. In one of the burglaries, the homeowner startled the two male suspects and they fled the area. No injuries were reported.
The suspects were described as black males.
This is an open and ongoing investigation and the DCSO Investigations Unit is following up on leads. If you have any additional information please call 303-784-7818.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has increased patrols in the area and asks citizens to report suspicious activity immediately.
Sheriff Weaver encourages citizens to get to know their neighbors and if your block does not already have one, start a neighborhood watch program by calling The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Community Resource Unit at 303-660-7544. Community programs are a good way for citizens to get to know their neighbors. Once this occurs they may be more likely to keep a watchful eye on your house when you are gone. Sheriff Weaver also reminds citizens that if you see something suspicious to call 911 in the event of an emergency and 303-660-7500 for non-emergency. If you come home and discover that your house has been burglarized, leave immediately and call 9-1-1 from a safe location.