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Paradise Valley Police Department responds to stolen vehicle report

Theft believed to have occurred the evening of Dec. 25

Posted 12/28/21

Paradise Valley Police Department responded to a report of a stolen vehicle on Dec. 26 around 9:30 a.m. 

The theft, which occurred sometime after 11:30 p.m. on Dec. 25, took place at the 6200 …

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Paradise Valley Police Department responds to stolen vehicle report

Theft believed to have occurred the evening of Dec. 25

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Paradise Valley Police Department responded to a report of a stolen vehicle on Dec. 26 around 9:30 a.m. 

The theft, which occurred sometime after 11:30 p.m. on Dec. 25, took place at the 6200 block of E. Mountain View Road. 

According to the release, the vehicle stolen was a white 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited with Arizona license plate KJA5DSA that was parked in the residence’s driveway. Additionally, the keys were still in the vehicle.

The stolen vehicle was entered into the national stolen database and will be updated on the Paradise Valley Police Department’s license plate recognition system. 

Also parked in the driveway was a 2016 Tesla that had been entered, and items were stolen from inside it. 

Paradise Valley Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit will be following up on this crime. 

If anyone has any information regarding this case, call the Paradise Valley Police Department at 480-948-7410. 

If you see anything suspicious in your neighborhood, do not hesitate to call the police. The emergency number is 9-1-1 and the Paradise Valley Police Department Crime Stop number is 480-948-7410 for any other type of call.

For the latest information, visit www.ParadiseValleyPD.com

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