Published: Sept. 3, 2023
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CU Police has become aware of a series of burglaries that occurred today at the following locations: Macky Auditorium (1595 Pleasant Street), and two private student residences located on the 1500 block of Grandview Avenue on the north edge of the CU Boulder campus. The residential burglaries have been connected to the same suspect who it is believed acted alone. The suspect is described a white female with brown curly hair, last seen wearing an oversized white shirt picturing a vintage logo. 

CUPD is actively investigating all three incidents and encourages residents to secure their homes and report any suspicious behavior. 

Anyone with information regarding this crime is encouraged to contact CUPD at (303) 492-6666. The corresponding case numbers are: Macky Auditorium: 2023-1524 / Grandview Avenue residences: 2023-1525. If you wish to share information anonymously, information on contacting Safe2Tell or Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers is available on the CUPD website. 

View a map of the approximate locations of these incidents: Macky Auditorium, Grandview Avenue residences

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