PUEBLO - The suspect in more than 20 theft cases out of Custer County has crossed county lines, the sheriff's office said over the weekend.
The man was last seen at the Walgreens on 2900 W. Northern Ave., where authorities say he made a purchase using stolen credit cards. The Custer County Sheriff's Office says he is wanted in vehicle break-ins in the Bishop Castle and Lake San Isabel area.
The suspect is described between 5 feet, 10 inches and 6 feet tall, weighing 190 to 200 pounds.
In surveillance stills, he was photographed with dark brown hair and a full beard, which a store clerk described as reddish and well-groomed. He was last seen wearing a white long-sleeved button-up shirt with a black vest over it, jeans, and black and white Vans or similar style. He may have been wearing wire-framed glasses, which might be part of a disguise. Law enforcement says he spoke with a possible Southern accent.
The suspect was last seen driving a dark gray or black mid-2000s model Dodge Durango, possibly from 2006-2008. The windows were reportedly "heavily-tinted."
Anyone with information is asked to call Deputy Brandon Schoch with the Custer County Sheriff's Office at 719-783-2270 or email Schoch at firstname.lastname@example.org.