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Police: Two vehicles taken from Paradise Valley homes this week

Posted 11/24/20

Two vehicles have reportedly been stolen from Paradise Valley homes recently, police officials say.

The first report of a stolen vehicle was received by Paradise Valley Police Department at 8:50 …

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Police: Two vehicles taken from Paradise Valley homes this week

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Two vehicles have reportedly been stolen from Paradise Valley homes recently, police officials say.

The first report of a stolen vehicle was received by Paradise Valley Police Department at 8:50 a.m. on Nov. 22. Victims stated the vehicle was taken sometime overnight from the 7300 block of east Cholla Lane, police said.

Camera footage shows the dark gray 2018 Dodge Ram 2500 truck leaving the driveway at 3:35-3:40 a.m.

The second report of a stolen vehicle occurred at 10:34 a.m. Nov. 24.

Police department officers were dispatched to the 4800 block of east Beryl Avenue for a report of a stolen vehicle that had just occurred.

The silver 2001 Toyota Camry was parked in the driveway running and was taken by an unknown and unseen subject while the resident briefly went back inside the house.

Police say there are no cameras at the residence.

Both missing vehicles have been entered into the FBI’s national crime information center.

Anyone with information about either crime is urged to call the police department at 480-948-7410.

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