CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — The Castle Rock Police Department (CRPD) is warning business owners after a rash of burglaries at local restaurants Saturday night.

Four restaurants were burglarized and there was an attempt on a fifth, according to CRPD. In each case, the victims reported someone had come into their restaurant during business hours pretending to be an employee or an inspector, then disabled the alarms and camera systems once inside. The burglaries all took place after-hours.

All of the restaurants that were burglarized, a Fuzzy's Tacos, a Del Taco, a Zoe's Kitchen and a Tokyo Joe's, are located in the north end of town in the Promenade/Outlets area, CRPD said. There was also an unsuccessful attempt at a nearby Chili's restaurant.

Police tweeted a surveillance picture of the man who is suspected in the burglaries Tuesday afternoon.

Castle Rock restaurant burglary suspect
Castle Rock Police

Anyone who can ID the suspect, sees anything suspicious or has problems arming their alarm system is encouraged to call CRPD at 303-663-6100.

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