When a stolen vehicle was searched in Pueblo, police say they found several stolen credit cards, Social Security cards, a driver’s license and a Department of Corrections identification card.
According to a Pueblo Police Department case report, on Tuesday afternoon, two officers spotted a Hyundai Sonata with a temporary tag displayed improperly. The officers also realized the vehicle matched the description of one that was reported stolen, and decided to stop it.
The report then says that the vehicle then stopped abruptly on West Northern at Prairie Avenue, and the two people inside hopped out. The pair ran west toward the entrance of the nearby King Soopers supermarket.
The two suspects were booked into the county jail. They are identified in the report as Ray Archulleta and Allysa L. Montoya.
Police searched the vehicle after confirming it was the one reported stolen. Inside, they found a black backpack containing a collection of 47 different credit cards, Social Security cards and identification cards. The cards bore the names and account numbers of seven different people.
The report also indicates that a drug pipe and an iPod were found in the backpack. All were gathered for evidence.
The report was categorized as identity theft, but it does not list the charges pending against Archulleta or Montoya.
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