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Safe Streets: 2 suspects wanted on warrants related to organized crime, assault

Luke Zahlmann
The Pueblo Chieftain

Two suspects are wanted by the Southern Colorado Safe Streets Task Force. 

The Pueblo Police Department is seeking Lorne Sellers, 21, and Enrique Cancio, 51. 

Sellers is described as a 5-foot-10 white male weighing roughly 150 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.

He has a no-bond warrant alleging a pattern of racketeering through the Colorado Organized Crime Act (COCCA), burglary and three counts related to chop shop activity. 

Cancio is a 6-foot Hispanic male with brown hair and eyes, weighing roughly 210 pounds. He has a no-bond warrant alleging assault. 

If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of these individuals, you are encouraged to contact the Pueblo Police Department. If you would like to remain anonymous, contact Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 542-7867. 

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Lorne Sellers photo courtesy of Pueblo PD
Enrique Cancio photo courtesy of Pueblo PD

Pair of rings stolen from home

Officers responded to a report of theft inside a home on the 100 block of Ramona Avenue on Wednesday.

The victim had a pair of rings, both self-valued at $2,000. Nothing else was reported stolen from the house. 

Police are investigating. 

Car raided for tech accessories

A Pueblo car was raided in a parking lot on the 2000 block of Acero Avenue on Thursday night. 

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The black 2006 Nissan Titan was broken into through the front passenger window, and a Google laptop, charger, two Apple Watch chargers and a black backpack were taken. 

The victim reported the truck damage at $500, and the bundle of technology is said to be valued at $600. 

Police are investigating. 

Pueblo West car wash materials taken 

Cyclone car wash in Pueblo West reported to police that a male driving a blue Volkswagen has been seen taking supplies from the business.

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Staff from the car wash reported the vehicle Thursday morning after its occupant was spotted taking materials again. Dating back to Dec. 28, a pay station and two trash cans have been stolen, while a yellow gate chain has been damaged. 

The perpetrator apparently digs through the trash cans for materials in the early morning or late-night hours. 

Deputies are investigating. 

Chieftain reporter Luke Zahlmann can be reached at lzahlmann@gannett.com or on Twitter @lukezahlmann.