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Daily Watch Notes: Property Crime in the Foothills on Monday, October 6, 2014

Robberies1 to an Individual, 0 to Commercial/Business or Residences

On 100-block of Juan Tabo in business parking lot to female, approached by 2 males on foot who groped her and took her purse and wallet containing IDs, etc.

Stolen Vehicles:  0

Commercial Burglaries:  0

Residential Burglaries:  1

On the 10000-block of Baldwin, victim left garage door ajar and offender forced open the door and stole multiple firearms and other property.

Note of caution/crime prevention tip:  Even a garage door left open ‘a crack’ is an invitation to a criminal.  Garage doors often lead right into homes; protect yourself and your family by locking up.  This is more than a matter of a criminal stealing your yard tools or boxed up holiday decorations; securing and locking garage doors is a way to protect your loved ones.  Please let neighbors know if they have forgotten to close garage doors.  Neighbors who care about one help foster safer communities .

Auto Burglaries:  1

On the 10500-block of Prestwick; window broken to enter the vehicle, glove box rummaged through, but nothing appeared to be stolen.

Note of caution/crime prevention tip:  Remove ALL items of value from unattended vehicles, including items with your personal information (registration, insurance, vehicle maintenance records and reciepts, etc) and garage door openers.