“We do have surveillance of some subjects and vehicles. We think they stole between $400,000 and $500,000 … of shoes, accessories and clothing.”
Thieves cut a hole in the storeroom wall of the Louis Vuitton store in downtown Aspen on Saturday and stole as much as $500,000 worth of merchandise. Aspen Times reports a man and a woman along with two vehicles were caught on surveillance video, though there could have been more thieves and more vehicles involved in the burglary. The thieves were inside the store for about an hourThe incident occurred between 8:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. after the thieves entered an unlocked hallway at the back of the store and cut a hole in the drywall to gain get into a storeroom. They used an unspecified cutting tool to open a small hole just large enough for one person to enter.The man and woman wore “COVID-style” masks over the bottom portion of their faces during at least part of the burglary. Police on Tuesday released pictures taken from surveillance video of the man and woman next to a Dodge minivan and what is believed to be a Chrysler Pacifica.Anyone with information about the burglary or suspects should call the Aspen Police Department at 970-429-1822.