CORRECTION: In a previous version of this story, the location of one of the burglaries was incorrectly identified as Willow Park. The neighborhood is called Willow Run.
Broomfield Police are looking for two suspects involved in a series of recent burglaries.
The most recent burglary happened around 11:50 a.m. Wednesday, when a woman who lives on the 4100 block of Red Deer Trail came home to find that two men were inside her house. The two men took the woman and her two children upstairs and locked them in a closet after tying the woman's hands.
A neighbor later found the woman in front of her home and called 911, according to police.
The woman did not see any weapons, and she and her children did not have any injuries.
Police said the two suspects are described as adult black males wearing dark colored hooded sweatshirts, dark pants, and heavy fabric black gloves.
One man is described as thin with sagging pants, while the other suspect is stocky with a goatee, according to a news release.
Police believe the suspects left the scene in a vehicle because of the number of items stolen, but witnesses did not have a description of the vehicle.
The burglary is one of several that has happened in Broomfield in the last few weeks. The first two happened on Feb. 27 and March 24 in the Red Leaf subdivision, and another happened on March 25 in the Willow Run subdivision, according to Joleen Reefe, a spokeswoman for the police department.
Police said the burglaries all had some common elements. The suspects appeared to case homes and watch for times when residents might be leaving for the day.
The crimes all occurred during daytime hours, and the suspects entered through an unlocked door or by breaking a window.
The suspects typically grabbed an empty suitcase or purse and took items such as jewelry and cash.
Though police believe the burglaries were related, this is the first time witnesses were able to provide suspect descriptions, Reefe said.
Anyone with information about the burglaries, or anyone who may have seen suspicious activity in Broomfield is asked to call Detective Dale Hammell 303-464-5733.
Contact Enterprise Staff Writer Megan Quinn at 303-410-2649 or email@example.com