Deputy: Who is ‘Most Fresh’ vandal?
Pitkin County sheriff’s investigators want the public’s help identifying a man who vandalized property at the airport last week.
The man — wearing a sweatshirt with the words “Most Fresh” written across the front — pulled down two gates that provide access to the parking area and used a shovel to break off the side mirror of a plow vehicle, said Deputy Ryan Turner.
The incident occurred about 3:15 a.m. Jan. 18, and the man did about $2,000 worth of damage, he said. The man appeared to be in his mid-20s, was wearing a trucker-style hat in addition to the sweatshirt and has a beard, Turner said.
“It’s such a distinctive shirt,” he said, explaining his reason to go to the public for help in identifying him.
Turner said video of the man from Aspen-Pitkin County Aiport surveillance cameras was not very good, though it was still possible to see the words “Most Fresh” on his shirt. However, he figured the man might have rode a Roaring Fork Transportation Authority bus, checked video from that night and found him on the last downvalley bus that night.
“I assumed he’d been in town drinking and was on a RFTA bus,” Turner said.
Video confirmed the man exited the bus at Buttermilk, he said. About 45 minutes later, the airport video shows him pulling on the gates and breaking them “for no apparent reason,” Turner said.
Anyone who recognizes the man should call Turner at 970-920-5310.
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