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SALT LAKE CITY -- Six people have been added to the suspect list in connection with a burglary at the house of Olympic cyclist David Zabriskie. Leopold Howard and Craig Carlisle already face charges for allegedly stealing about $250,000 worth of property, as well as two cars, from Zabriskie's home in Salt Lake.
Police arrested Howard's ex-wife Valerie Howard, Paul Halladay, Jamie Soters, Chris Kennedy, Diego Briseno, and Zachary Ramey.
They are accused of receiving some of those items and, in some cases, selling them.
Police were able to recover much of the stolen property as well as stolen property from another robbery.
Zabriskie's home was ransacked sometime in February while he was participating in the Tour of California. Among the stolen goods were bicycles, medals, an Olympic ring and a set of collectible figures.