Investigators searching for the vandal or vandals responsible for heavily damaging a church in Aurora on Easter Sunday are looking into some DNA evidence in their attempt to solve the case.
Police documents released this week outline how Denver investigators followed a trail of evidence to their suspect in the Big Blue Bear vandalism case.
Police in Denver arrested a man suspected of throwing bright green paint on the big blue bear in downtown Denver.
The 40-foot big blue bear outside the Colorado Convention Center downtown has a big blue green streak on its back.
Sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. Sunday morning vandals broke into the St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church, smashed glass, overturned furniture, sprayed a fire extinguisher throughout the church and stole money.
It’s a teenage prank that seems silly but now it’s being called dangerous- milk smashing.
Police are searching for a suspect or suspects who targeted dozens of properties across Loveland.
Police in Boulder are searching for six suspects after they caused $70,000 in vandalism to a former fraternity house.
Neighbors in Longmont are coming together to help a woman whose home was hit by vandals.
Investigators are searching for the vandalism suspects who defaced a skate park and restrooms with vulgar graffiti.
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