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Burglars rip apart liquor store in Westminster

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WESTMINSTER, Colo. -- The door to Rocky Mountain Liquor Warehouse was boarded up Thursday morning after police said thieves broke in and ransacked the store.

Surveillance cameras recorded the three burglars wearing bandanas inside the store on W. 120th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard.

“They used this big stone and they broke that through the top of the door. That way they got out without sounding the alarm," said Robbie Singh who is the store owner's son.

The men spent about seven minutes wrecking the store. They took cash registers, monitors and took alcohol, Singh said.

The front door alone will cost $1,000 to fix, he said.

“All that matters is that our employees weren’t here and no one was hurt," Singh said. "You can’t replace a life."

Westminster police are investigating and say they think the video will help them find suspects.

If you recognize the thieves in that surveillance video or have any information, call police.