Home burglarized in Torrey Highlands area

On Jan. 30, between 6:30 a.m. and 9 p.m., an unknown suspect burglarized a home on the 7400 block of Healis Place in the Torrey Highlands area.

The suspect removed the window screen to a ground floor window and lifted the window open.  Gaming systems, a laptop, and camera were taken.  The suspect fled out the front door.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the San Diego Police Department at (858) 484-3154.

Police remind residents to always lock and secure all doors and windows on your home and set those burglary alarms.

This area of Torrey Highlands has been hit with numerous vehicle burglaries and car prowls over the past month, mostly occurring during the night and early morning, according to the San Diego Police Department (SDPD).

The SDPD reminds residents to take the following safety precautions: If you park your vehicle on the street or driveway, always lock doors and roll windows up, do not leave anything in your vehicle, and leave exterior porch or landscape lights on to keep area well lit.  If you have a installed car alarm, make sure you set it. — San Diego Police Department report


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