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Credit: El Paso County Sheriff's Office
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office has arrested two people in a string of business burglaries in Black Forest and Cimarron Hills.
Deputies have investigated more than 20 business burglaries in the Black Forest area and at least three in the Cimarron Hills area. The burglaries involved business suites in the 12600 and 11500 blocks of Black Forest Rd., the 6800 block of Silver Pond Heights and one burglary in the 6900 block of Shoup Rd.
The burglaries in Cimarron Hills happened at the 7300 block of McClain Pt., the 500 block of Hathaway Dr. and the 700 block of Valley St..
They arrested 23-year-old Hunter Cody Shackelford on burglary charges. He's being held in jail on a $10,000 bond.
They also arrested 22-year-old Kylie Jo Mardon on false information to a pawn broker charges. She's posted a $1,000 bond.
The sheriff's office says in the burglaries the suspects forced their way into the businesses and stole a variety of items. Investigators have recovered a large amount of stolen property and are working to return it to the owners.
If you believe you are a victim to similar crimes call the sheriff's office at 719-390-5555.
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