At least 8 vehicles parked at a northeast Colorado Springs business were broken into Friday morning, Colorado Springs police reported. The vehicles, which police said had valuable items sitting in plain view, were parked near a business at 4400 Royal Pine Drive. Thieves smashed through the windows and stole an assortment of valuables, including wallets and purses, police reported. Authorities do not have any suspects in the crime.RELATED: Police: Mugger strikes at Colorado Springs gas station A man was robbed at gunpoint outside a Barnes Road gas station early Thursday, Colorado Springs police said. Man arrested, accused of firing more than 60 gunshots overnight near downtown Colorado Springs A man accused of unleashing a fusillade of bullets early Tuesday from his front yard near downtown Colorado Springs has been arrested.
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