Male suspects burglarize home in Carmel Valley

On Friday, July 19, between 10:20-11 a.m., a home on the 3700 block of Overpark Road in Carmel Valley was burglarized.  The suspects gained entry to the home through a broken glass door.  Two male suspects were seen in the area by residents  who called in to the police.  A police helicopter and patrol units checked the area for the suspects but were unable to locate them.

The San Diego Police Department issued a statement reminding “people how important it is for neighbors to watch for and call in suspicious activity.  You never know, your call could prevent, stop, or help arrest someone in a crime.”

For updates on this story as they happen, visit www.delmartimes.net.

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