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Three guns stolen from vehicles yesterday / Property Crime on Thursday, July 20th

Alert:  The Foothills Are Command has 3 guns reported stolen yesterday that were left in unattended vehicles.  Two guns in one incident and the third gun in a separate incident.  For safety’s sake and to prevent your firearm from being in the wrong hands please bring your guns inside with you when you park your vehicles and once inside, keep them in a safe or protected area when not planning to use your firearm.  These two separate incidents yesterday brought the Foothills Area Command tally to 9 guns stolen during auto or residential burglaries so far for the month of July  and 7 of those 9 guns stolen were taken from parked vehicles.

Property Crimes reported on Thursday, July 21st in the Foothills Area Command:

1 Armed Robbery/Commercial:  2400-block of Georgene NE.

4 Stolen Vehicles: 12900-block of Carrie Pl SE, 400-block of Paisano NE, 14100-block of Copper NE, 14100-block of Encantado Rd NE.

1 Commercial Burglary:  1700-block of Juan Tabo Blvd NE.

2 Residential Burglaries:  400-block of Adirondack Pl SE, 600-block of Grace NE.  Entries:  Sliding glass door, window.  Items stolen:  iPad, computer, various items not listed at time of research.

8 Auto Burglaries:  12000-block of  Zia Rd NE, 14200-block of Ciudd Ct NE,1800-block of Christine St NE, 11000-block of Hume Ave NE, 3600-block of Juan Tabo Blvd NE, 12100-block of Candelaria Rd NE, 4600-block of Eubank Blvd NE, 6300-block of Eubank Blvd NE.  Entries:  Unlocked vehicles, damaging locks, breaking windows, entering via vehicle with improperly locking door and broken door lock that had not been repaired.  Items stolen:  Ruger pistol, military equipment, AR-15 weapon, shotgun, damaged dash (attempt to steal vehicle), ignition damage (attempt to steal vehicle), purse, Coach handbag, shirts, baby wipes, school text books, back pack, GPS, laptop.

Be safe, have a great weekend —

Jill Garcia, Crime Prevention Specialist / ICPS, NCPS – APD, Foothills Area Command