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Stolen 2016 Mini Cooper Countryman – Denver metro area

Stolen 2016 Mini Cooper Countryman – Denver metro area

Model Year - 2016
Make - Mini Cooper
Model - Countryman
Color(s) - Jungle green
License Plate - CIV 110

I just bought this car at the end of May before I moved to Pueblo, Colorado for my job because I recently got a promotion and was able to purchase a car I fell in love with. I remember feeling overjoyed when I drove it home off the lot. In late August I learned that I was going to be transferred to Lakewood for my job because I got another promotion. I moved in on the last Saturday of August and was feeling really happy about all of my recent success. Then misfortune struck and popped my bubble because within a week of me moving to the Denver metro area, my 2016 Mini Cooper Countryman S that I loved so much was stolen from in front of my townhome in Lakewood Colorado. I parked my car after work outside my residence on October 3rd. On the morning of October 4th I walked outside to grab something from my car to find that it was gone. After speaking with my neighbor who is also the HOA president of my complex, I learned that my car was still parked where I left it around 10pm that night, and by the next morning around 6am the same neighbor told me that he didn’t see it there when he left for work. As soon as I noticed it was missing, I reported it stolen to the Lakewood PD.

My Mini Cooper Countryman is jungle green in color, has 2 dark stripes on the hood, and a ski rack on the top.

Please report to the Lakewood PD if you spot this vehicle! Thank you.

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Date of Theft - 10/3/2018
Police Report? - Yes
Lakewood PD
Case Number - 18-127541

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