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Person of interest in burglary sought


The Carbon County Sheriff’s Office is asking for assistance in locating an individual whom investigators have determined to be a “person of interest” in a recent burglary.

The burglary occurred at a residence south of Saratoga in which eight firearms were stolen. Carbon County Sheriff Jerry Colson said deputies investigating this burglary have received information within the past week that makes Robert James Maki, 59, a person of interest in the burglaries.

Maki is believed to be driving a 2005 Kia Sorrento, gray in color with temporary Colorado plates. The car is reported stolen out of Colorado. Maki has a warrant for his arrest out of Michigan and has been linked to burglaries in two Colorado counties.

Sheriff Colson said some of the leads that have been developed were the results of the previous information released to the public on this burglary. Colson could not elaborate on what information was received because the case is currently under investigation.

“We are still actively looking for his vehicle and to follow up on any leads,” Colson said. “Anyone who has any information useful to the investigation itself should contact us.”

Maki should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who sees him or can provide information to deputies regarding the burglary or stolen firearms should contact the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office immediately at 307-324-2776.


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