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Salt Lake City police seek fugitive in attempts to sell stolen tools

Published April 4, 2013 1:54 pm

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Salt Lake City police are asking the public's help in locating fugitive sought on multiple outstanding arrest warrants related to purported attempts to sell stolen tools.

Police said Thursday that David Glatzer, 36, is the subject of warrants alleging felony and misdemeanor counts of theft by receiving stolen property, and two felony and one misdemeanor counts of theft by deception.

Court records show that the charges stem from several alleged break-ins during April 2012 in which another suspect purportedly stole tools and then Glatzer was part of an attempt to pawn them for cash.

Glatzer, decribed as a white male, 6-foot-1, 170 pounds with black hair and blue eyes, was last seen this week in the area of 400 North and Grant Street in Salt Lake City.

— Bob Mims