Thieves caught on camera stealing Colts memorabilia

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Priceless Colts memorabilia was stolen from the home of a Colts employee and the faces of the men stealing it were caught on camera.

Detectives with the Boone County Sheriff's Department set up a camera to catch the thieves in action. A photo showed the suspects leaving in a gray pickup truck.

Police are using a company with cutting-edge photo imaging technology called FRP (Forensic Reverse Pixelation) to try to track the suspects.

They got away with priceless memorabilia collected by 16-year team employee Troy Glendenning. On April 20, they burglarized Glendenning's home a second time, after boxing up and leaving behind some items during their first break-in.

Detectives hope to identify the burglars and their truck and also reunite the victim with his stolen Super Bowl championship ring.

"There is some rust bleeding through the primer. The wheels are Chevy rally truck wheels, factory wheels, but they are painted blue, which is a little odd," said Det. Scott Pell, Boone County Sheriff's Department.

Detectives had hoped to get fingerprints off other items left behind, like an autographed book from former Colts head coach Tony Dungy.

If you have any information about the burglary, call Crime Stoppers at 262-TIPS.