Army offers $10,000 reward in Fort Carson tool thefts

By Jakob Rodgers Updated: May 15, 2013 at 8:39 am • Published: May 14, 2013 | 6:30 pm

Army investigators offered a $10,000 reward on Tuesday for information that leads to an arrest in two thefts that took place on Fort Carson in March and April.

The reward comes after more than $100,000 in equipment was stolen from the 183rd Support Maintenance Company's Motor Pool in Building 8142 on Nelson Blvd. on post, according to a statement by Fort Carson.

In the first theft, a red "Snap-On" tool kit was stolen sometime between March 7 and March 12.

In the second burglary, between April 19 and April 22, tool kits, welding supplies and a government computer were taken from the same motor pool.

No other information about the incidents was released.

The reward is for anyone who offers information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for the thefts, the post said.

To report tips, call Jerry Cullinan or Thomas Williams - both special agents with the Army's Criminal Investigation Command at Fort Carson - at 526-3991. Tips also can be reported to Fort Carson military police at 526-6199.

People can also email information to usarmy.belvoir.usacidc.mail.crime-tips@mail.mil.

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