Police still hush, hush on marijuana store burglary in Colorado mountain town

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Springs police still are not releasing any details related to a March 4 burglary at the Billo marijuana store.

Plywood covers a window Monday at the Billo marijuana store in the Curve Plaza commercial center in west Steamboat Springs. (Matt Stensland, Steamboat Today)

“I appreciate the cooperation of the owners, and we’re keeping that info pretty tight to protect the integrity of the investigation,” Police Commander Annette Dopplick said Wednesday.

Police will not disclose if anything was taken from the business, which opened in the Curve Plaza commercial center last fall. They also will not say how the business was broken into or if an alarm was triggered.

The day after the burglary, a window at the back of the building was covered with plywood. There is a security camera above the window. “We’re using a variety of evidence that we collected,” Dopplick said.

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