Paradise Valley police ask for information regarding recent burglary

Posted 6/22/21

The Paradise Valley Police Department received report of a residential burglary discovered at 4:31 p.m. on Monday, June 21, in the 4800 block of E. Pebble Ridge Road.

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Paradise Valley police ask for information regarding recent burglary

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The Paradise Valley Police Department received report of a residential burglary discovered at 4:31 p.m. on Monday, June 21, in the 4800 block of E. Pebble Ridge Road.

According to a police press release, “unknown subject(s) apparently entered the home through an unlocked door,” as there was no sign of forced entry, sometime between Friday, June 11 and when the incident was reported and police dispatched.

While the homeowner was away, various watches and pieces of jewelry were allegedly stole. PVPD’s Criminal Investigations Unit will follow up on the crime, the release said, encouraging anyone with information about the crime to call the police at 480-948-7410.

The community should call the police if anything suspicious is seen in their neighborhoods. In cases of emergency, call 911. Or contact the PVPD crime stopper at 480-948-7410 for any other concerns.

Always close your garage when not in use, lock your doors and set your alarm, the release said, adding motion and glass break sensors are an “extremely important part of any alarm system.”

For a home security survey or tips on how to make your home
safer, contact Community Resource Officer Steven McGhee at smcghee@paradisevalleyaz.gov.

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