Loveland Police: Just before 0400 hours, Officer Eddie Rump, while on routine patrol, noticed a broken glass door at 34 Liquor, 1205 E. Eisenhower. He called the information in over his radio. When other officers arrived, they cleared the building. No suspects were located at that time. The owner was notified of the broken glass. He responded to the store.
The owner and the officers reviewed the surveillance tapes. The video showed two men breaking the glass and entering the store. They also saw a white car parked outside the store that the suspects used to drive from the scene. After reviewing the video and checking throughout his store, the owner provided the officers with a list of missing items.
Blood at the scene indicated one of the suspects had cut himself during the break-in.
While the officers were investigating at the scene, Officer Deb Maupin was dispatched to a seemingly unrelated disturbance call several blocks from the burglary. When she arrived, she noticed blood on the side of a white car matching the description of the car seen in the video recording at the liquor store. Other officers arrived to assist Officer Maupin.
Around noon, members of the Loveland Police Department SWAT team and the Criminal Investigations Unit executed a search warrant at 1840 E. 17th Street, Loveland, Colorado. Evidence was recovered that tied the suspects to the burglary.
Twenty-year-old Loveland resident Carlos Cisneroz was identified as one of the suspects and is currently at the Larimer County Detention Center on a Parole hold. Another suspect has been identified and this case is under investigation. Later
Additionally, while the officers were reviewing the surveillance recording with the owner of the business, they noticed a second set of suspects had entered the store about twenty minutes after the first set. These two suspects took several items and left the store. These suspects have not yet been identified.
Loveland Police do have photos of the suspects if you think you may need to see them. Loveland Police Detective Brian Koopman would appreciate assistance from the public with identifying the suspects in the photos. Please call 970-962-2248 if you have information related to the second set of suspects. Also, call crime stoppers at 970-221-6868 for a reward.
The first set of burglars entered the store at approximately 0125 hours. The second set entered at 0146 hours.