KUSA - Police are looking for a man who stole a wallet from a Lakewood office building.
They say the crime happened the same day an attorney was murdered in the same building.
Police say a man seen in surveillance pictures took the wallet from an office on March 5, near 4th Avenue and Union Boulevard in Lakewood.
Officers say he then used the credit cards at several metro-area gas stations.
On the same day, in a different office suite, 66-year-old Claudia Miller was found dead.
Her credit cards were also taken - and used at a local Walmart and King Soopers.
Warren Dale Watson has been named as a person of interest in Miller's death.
Police caught up with Watson in Caldwell, Idaho on Friday.
He's being held without bond on a parole violation.
He has not been charged in Miller's death.
Lakewood police at this point believe that both crimes are simply coincidence.
"We don't believe there is any relation to the theft of these credit cards, and the homicide, but as part of our due diligence, we certainly want to rule that out," said Randy McNitt, with the Lakewood police department.
If you know anything that may help in this case, or in Miller's death, call crime stoppers at 720-913-STOP.
An anonymous tip leading to an arrest is worth up to $2,000.
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