Stolen Property Returned to Victims

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Stolen Property Returned to Victims
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Source: Santa Barbara Police Department

Between 2-9-20 and 2-10-20, Officers responded to five different automobile burglaries where the suspect left the scene prior to their arrival. A witness described the suspect and the suspect’s vehicle.

On 2-10-20, the suspect attempted to use stolen credit cards at a local store and was apprehended. A search warrant was authored for the suspect’s vehicle and property from the automobile burglaries was located in the suspect’s vehicle. The stolen property was confiscated and returned to the owners. Additional stolen property was booked into evidence.

Great teamwork between patrol officers and detectives.



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Between 2-9-20 and 2-10-20, Officers responded to five different automobile burglaries where the suspect left the scene prior to their arrival. A witness described the suspect and the suspect’s vehicle. On 2-10-20, the suspect attempted to use stolen credit cards at a local store and was apprehended. A search warrant was authored for the suspect’s vehicle and property from the automobile burglaries was located in the suspect’s vehicle. The stolen property was confiscated and returned to the owners. Additional stolen property was booked into evidence. Great teamwork between patrol officers and detectives. #santabarbarapolicedepartment #sbpd #police #lawenforcement #firstresponders #patrol #detective #property #evidence

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a-1585760973 Feb 12, 2020 03:11 PM
Stolen Property Returned to Victims

Thank you to the witness who submitted all the info on the thief. S/he deserves a big reward.

a-1585760973 Feb 12, 2020 02:24 PM
Stolen Property Returned to Victims

My IT tools were stolen from my car on Richardson Ave. July of 3019 along with my phone which I tracked to some homeless guy on Rose Ave. The guy looked homeless, i wonder if its the same person?

hz Feb 12, 2020 02:01 PM
Stolen Property Returned to Victims

glad that at least one person has been caught...car theives really suck. My friend had her car broken into at Rattle snake trail...yes..it is a hassle to get everything replaced...worsestill is the sense of insecurity about parking your car to go for a walk hoping you wont come back to a smashed window. It leaves one with a sense of insecurity for quite a while. Obviously..no more credit cards will be available..in fact..thay are now down to one card! Assholes...the penalties are not enough for these parasites.

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