By Logan Smith

DENVER (CBS4) — Investigators with the Denver Police Department believe the same person is responsible for separate thefts of passengers’ luggage from Denver International Airport.

The thefts occurred on Dec. 2, 3 and 23 of last year, and most recently on Feb. 15.

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The department sent out photos of the suspect within a Crime Stoppers alert. No physical description was provided.

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The thefts are felony offenses.

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A DIA spokesperson told CBS4 that the facility employs contracted security teams to patrol the terminal and baggage claims areas. This is in addition to airport-based DPD officers and some from some of the airlines at the carousels.

But that’s not enough to eliminate the risk.

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“We encourage folks to carry on valuable items,” DIA’s Emily Williams said, “and to head to baggage claim as soon as possible once their flight arrives at the gate.”

(credit: Denver Police Department)

Denver PD distributed two alerts regarding DIA luggage thefts in December of 2019. A woman, 39-year-old Anna Peralta, was arrested as a result. According to an online search of criminal records, she was sentenced last October to a year in jail in the case. However, she currently wanted by Aurora PD for theft.

Logan Smith