FBI Denver
Special Agent Amy Meyer
(303) 630-6060
January 18, 2019

FBI Denver Division and Aurora Police Department Working High-Value Electronics Theft Investigation and Need the Community’s Assistance to Solve This Crime

In conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Aurora Police Department is conducting a major theft investigation. In this case, a large number of high-value electronics were removed from the back of a semi-truck trailer.

Between November 27 and November 29, 2018, a 2018 Freightliner Cascadia semi-truck with a 2016 Manac trailer, both white in color, traveled from Michigan, through Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska finally stopping at the Flying J truck stop at 16751 East 32nd Avenue, Aurora, Colorado.

While the truck was traveling through Colorado, it was on I-76 and made stops in Brush, Colorado, and on the side of the highway at Iliff, Colorado, before stopping at the Flying J in Aurora, Colorado.

During one of those stops, it is possible that eight hard plastic containers and 50 boxes of various sizes were removed from the trailer

If you saw the cases being removed or have any information about the theft of the electronics, please contact the FBI Tip Line at (303) 629-7171 and press “1”. Upon arrest and conviction, you may be eligible for a reward of $5,000.00 from the FBI and $2,000.00 from the Aurora Reward Fund.