Police seek burglary suspect who has outstanding warrants for assault, theft

Posted at 3:41 PM, May 08, 2015

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah – The Cottonwood Heights Police Department is asking the public for help locating a man suspected in a burglary that occurred in March, and Friday they identified the man and released his photo.

According to a press release from police, Anthony Montano has been identified as a suspect in a burglary at a home on Keswick Drive on March 30; the stolen items included a Rolex and a Michael Kors, a 47-inch television, a digital camera, a Playstation and various pieces of jewelry.

Montano has outstanding warrants for aggravated assault, burglary and theft as well as for drug and traffic-related offenses, according to the the press release.

The man is known to be driving a blue, two-door Honda Civic with Utah license plate: D118TH.

Anyone who sees the man or knows where he is should contact Det. Dan Morzelewski of the Cottonwood Heights Police Department at 801-944-7047 or by email at