Residents of a Bay Space neighborhood have been rattled after an estimated $60,000 in jewellery went lacking after a Fourth of July housebreaking.
In keeping with police, members of the family dwelling in Palo Alto’s Crescent Park neighborhood left their residence within the 1400 block of Hamilton Avenue round 12:30 p.m. to benefit from the Independence Day vacation.
They returned round 6:30 p.m. to discover a master suite had been ransacked, Palo Alto police Lt. Brian Philip mentioned.
A small secure, containing private paperwork and jewellery, was lacking from the bed room. The jewellery appeared to have been a mix of gold necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings and necklaces.
Though few different objects have been discovered lacking from elsewhere in the home, investigators quickly realized there was no put in alarm, no signal of pressured entry or exit, and no leads on a suspect or automobile. A neighborhood canvass searching for doable surveillance video from neighboring residents had not yielded footage by Wednesday afternoon, Philip mentioned.
On condition that many residents have been residence for at the very least a part of the day, Philip added that it was doable the house had been watched and urged residents to do their greatest to safe properties to make sure they don’t seem clearly unattended.
Anybody with data might name the division’s nonemergency dispatch line at 650-329-2413 or anonymously e-mail [email protected] or textual content or name 650-383-8984.