continue to investigate the burglary early last month of the Sage restaurant
at 425 N. Sand Creek Drive, Suite B.
police, sometime between 1:30 and 6:04 a.m. Monday, June 9, someone used an
unknown object to break the restaurant’s front glass door--nothing was found
in the foyer which might have been thrown through the door--then removed a
blue 5th/3rd bank bag containing $292.52 in petty cash and two debit cards
from a file cabinet in the office.
Also stolen: seven
half-cases and two full cases of beer and three bottles of white wine.
Police said that
the restaurant’s rear door was found open, with fresh tire tracks in the
grass of the backyard. “The tire tracks enter the rear yard of the business
from the east side of the parking lot and back up to the back door of the
restaurant. The tracks then go from the back door to the far east side of
the rear yard, make a 180-degree turn, and then return to the area in which
they entered the rear yard.”
total loss and damage at $901.52.