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Two Paradise Valley burglaries bear similarities

Posted 11/17/20

A pair of burglaries have taken place in Paradise Valley, police officials say, and both unlawful entries include broken glass doors.

The first report occurred at 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 16, when the …

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Police

Two Paradise Valley burglaries bear similarities

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A pair of burglaries have taken place in Paradise Valley, police officials say, and both unlawful entries include broken glass doors.

The first report occurred at 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 16, when the Paradise Valley Police Department was dispatched to a report of a residential burglary in the 8700 block of north 68th Street.

Unknown suspect(s) gained entry through the backyard Arcadia door after smashing out the glass, police officials say.

Only drawers in the master bedroom and bathroom were gone through, but owners were contacted and advised police that no values were left in the home as it was not a primary residence.

A neighbor with cameras facing the home was contacted and will provide footage viable to the investigation, police say.

Secondly, at 12:46 p.m. Nov. 17, the police were dispatched to a report of a discovered residential burglary in the 6000 block of east Horseshoe Road.

Unknown subject(s) entered the home through a shattered rear patio door sometime after 3 p.m. Nov. 16, police say.

Police officials say it’s possible jewelry was stolen.

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

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