Sterling driver license office broken into; office closed until further notice
Updates to be posted to DMV website and social media
DENVER, Tuesday, April 9, 2019 -- The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles driver license office at 714 W. Main St. in Sterling is closed and it is currently unknown when it will open for business.
The Sterling office was broken into overnight Monday and the crime is being investigated by the Sterling Police Department.
The Sterling office will reopen as soon as possible. Driver license services are available via mydmv.colorado.gov. The nearest state driver license office for in-person services is Fort Morgan - 231 Prospect St., Fort Morgan.
Updates will be posted to our website (Colorado.gov/dmv) and social media (Facebook: @ColoradoRevenue, Twitter: @CO_Revenue) as soon as they become available.
We thank Colorado residents for their patience and apologize for the inconvenience.
If anyone has information on the break-in, please contact Sterling police at 970-522-3512 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles offers 35 online services at mydmv.colorado.gov. Renew your driver license, renew your motor vehicle registration, get a driving record and more!