Car break-in at the Hyatt Place Denver/Cherry Creek

September 10, 2021
Glendale Police Department
Case # - 2021-02484
S/N - 005204184517

Just moved to Denver Colorado with my wife who just got a new job here. We checked out of the hotel at 8 am and loaded one of are cars with our short term stuff and left the car in the lot right in front of the hotel which is fenced in and within view of the entrance. We left for a few hours to move furniture into our new apartment before heading to work, when we returned at 2pm both passenger windows had be broken and two of my backpacks one containing an Xbox and the other my small bike pack with a water bladder and basic bike tools were taken along with my wife’s bag with cosmetics and our gogs food and bowls were taken. The hotel does not have any cameras on the outside of the building and since the doors weren’t opened the alarm never sounded. A guest of the hotel had reported that there was a car with broken windows in the lot and called the police who just left a business card on the window for me to find when we had returned. This is a huge bummer since we just moved across country and we’re just starting to settle in. We have been really liking the city and the surrounding areas but for this to happen in broad daylight in a fenced in lot with construction happening right there and within sight of the entrance of the hotel has left a bad taste in our mouth. If you happen any sees a xbox one x with a 2tb external hard drive a controller and wireless head set for sale please reach our and maybe the person(s) involved can be brought to justice.

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