A burglary in Pueblo West is caught on tape. It happened at Code Blue Gaming. The owner, Richard Neales says, this is the second time his business has been burglarized.
Neales says, his surveillance camera, this week, caught two men stealing more than $4,000 worth of electronics.
The two young men broke in through the front door.
Neales says, "It's a kick in the stomach."
That's because he says, he has a distinct feeling the two perpetrators are customers.
Neales says, "They came in pitch black, they obviously were in here playing in the past, they knew the layout of the place really well."
He says it's odd that the two were able to maneuver in darkness with comfort and speed, stealing several expensive gaming systems.
And just when it looked like the thieves were done snatching the electronics, the crooks came back minutes later, and went back inside to steal some more.
But that time around, they drove their get-away car right into the eye of the camera.
Now police say, they at least know what kind of car they're looking for.
Police arrived shortly after with their guns drawn.
Neales says, about 9 game systems were stolen, including the cash register which had about $400 cash inside.
Neales says, "You know you have some kids bored I suppose, you know and a place like this, it was built for the kids and that's what kind of makes it difficult."
If you have any information about the burglary, please call crime stoppers in Pueblo at 542-STOP.
You don't have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward.
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