BLM: $500 reward for info on stolen targets at shooting range
The Bureau of Land Management is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of people who stole 3,000 pounds of steel range targets from the shooting range at 27 1/4 Road.
The thefts occurred sometime between Sept. 15, 2013, and Jan. 14. The targets are valued at more than $3,000. They were onsite waiting to installed as part of a joint BLM and Mesa County project to upgrade the popular shooting range.
The targets are high-caliber, long-range targets. They are oval and cut from high-grade steel, and about 1 3/4-inch thick, three feet tall and two feet wide. The oval targets were hanging from a steel frame.
Anyone with information in the thefts is encouraged to call BLM law enforcement at 244-3068.