Another Carmel Valley home burglarized

On Friday, June 21, between 1:30-2 p.m., a home on the 3900 block of Cypress Del Mar was burglarized, according to the San Diego Police Department, Northwestern Division. The homeowner received a notification on their phone of alarm activation at their front door. The homeowner left work and went home to discover the home had just been burglarized. The home had been ransacked and the rear slider was open. The suspect entered the home by breaking a kitchen window. A large kitchen knife had been left on the dining room table, indicting the suspect possibly armed themselves with the knife during the burglary. Jewelry and pellet rifles were taken, according to the report.

“This is a scary reminder that these suspects burglarizing homes can be very dangerous. Confronting or coming home during the middle of a burglary could be deadly. Remember your life is more important than property and always play it safe, and call the police if your alarm goes off or you think there is something not right. Look for warning signs and indicators of a break-in when entering your home after being gone,” the San Diego Pice Department’s Northwestern Division Facebook site said.

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