Crime

Oneida Street burglars hit four office buildings in two nights

Update below: You can say this about the group of burglars currently being sought by the Denver Police Department: They're not slackers. Over the course of two nights this week, the thieves are accused of swiping computer equipment and more from four separate South Oneida Street office buildings. Wonder if they took a coffee break? Or the coffee machine?

Look below to get more details from a DPD release, and to see photos of the men in action:

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