Arrest made in Rangely True Value burglary case

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RANGELY I A second arrest has been made in the theft of 28 firearms from the Rangely True Value store in September 2019. Dawn Hoffman, 39, turned herself in to the Loveland Police Department on Oct. 1, 2020. (Of note: this is not the same person as Dawn Conrad Hoffman, daughter of the late Paul Conrad.)

In December 2019, the Rangely Police Department arrested a 16-year-old juvenile who was taken into custody for his alleged involvement in the burglary. At the time it was believed additional suspects were involved. 

In late April 2020, two Rangely boys discovered and reported a cache of stolen firearms in a cave near Dragon Trail Road. The guns were confirmed to be the same ones stolen from Rangely True Value. 

Hoffman is charged with second degree burglary, theft and criminal mischief. 

According to Rangely Police Chief TiRynn Hamblin in a press release, no other information will be released at this time.