Paradise Valley police seek information on a recent home burglary

Posted 6/1/21

The Paradise Valley Police Department responded to a residential burglary that occurred in the 5000 block of East Lincoln Drive.

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Paradise Valley police seek information on a recent home burglary

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The Paradise Valley Police Department responded to a residential burglary that occurred in the 5000 block of East Lincoln Drive.

Police were dispatched at 7:27 p.m. on May 30 reportedly for suspects unlawfully entering the property and taking lawn furniture from the back of the house, according to a police press release, noting items were loaded into a newer model gray truck.

The suspects allegedly left the area prior to the police arriving, the release stated.

While the Paradise Valley Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit will follow up on this crime, information is sought regarding this case. Call the PVPD Crime Stop number at 480-948-7410 if anything suspicious is seen in your neighborhood.  Or, the emergency number, which is 9-1-1.

Engage neighbors and ask if they know about the #NineOClockWalk Campaign. Making a nightly habit can help change the face of crime prevention, the release said, adding it helps keep neighborhoods crime-free. “by walking it out.”

Search #NineOClockWalk on social media for safety tips and schedule an annual Home Security Review by contacting Community Resource Officer Steven McGhee at smcghee@paradisevalleyaz.gov.

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