Paradise Valley police seek construction site burglary information

Posted 11/12/20

Paradise Valley police are looking for any information offered on the removal of construction material after they were dispatched at 8:30 a.m., Nov. 11, following a report of a fenced construction site burglary in 5500 block of N. 68 Place.

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Paradise Valley police seek construction site burglary information

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Paradise Valley police are looking for any information offered on the removal of construction material after they responded to a recent construction site burglary.

Officers were dispatched approximately 8:30 a.m., Nov. 11, following a report of a fenced construction site burglary in the 5500 block of N. 68 Place.

The suspect(s) removed plywood and several other construction-related materials from the site and left in a grey-colored SUV, according to a police press release.

Although PVPD’s Criminal Investigations Unit will follow up on this crime, the public is asked for any information regarding this burglary, the release said.

The public is encouraged to call PVPD crime stopper at 480-948-7410 with information about this case; the emergency number is 911,  noted the release.

In addition to calling the police if anything suspicious is seen in your neighborhood, residents are reminded to always close the garage when not in use, lock doors and set the alarm.

Motion and glass break sensors are an important part of any alarm system, the release added.

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

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