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USA Hockey office burglarized, suspect causes $100k in damages

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Colorado Springs Police report a suspect burglarized the USA Hockey office on Bob Johnson Drive in Colorado Springs Tuesday.

Police say once inside the building the suspect caused $100,000 in damage. CSPD does not have a suspect in custody at this time.

USA Hockey spokesman told our News 5 reporter Lena Howland that the first floor was covered in glass, computer monitors smashed and memorabilia vandalized.

A detective has been assigned to the investigation as it is ongoing. 

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