The above map shows where residential burglaries, or attempted burglaries, have been reported in Roseville in June. The red flags represent the most recent reported break-ins. The "house" markers show previous break-ins this month. Click on the markers to read more information about each incident.
This map is put together using information from the Roseville Police Department.
Here's a look at the recent residential burglaries:
(Burglaries below were added to the map July 10):
Sunday, June 27
Overnight on June 27/28, two apartment garages in the 700 block of Central Park Drive were burglarized, and stolen items included a suitcase, a GPS device and tools from the cars parked inside. Another garage in the same complex was burglarized between 7:15 and 10:45 p.m. on July 1, and the burglar rummaged through a vehicle parked in the garage. It's unknown what, if anything, was taken. The burglar forced and broke the door handles of the pedestrian doors leading to the garages to make entry.
Tuesday, June 29
Between 5 p.m. on June 29 and 6 p.m. on June 30, someone pried open a window screen and went inside a vacant house in the 1000 block of Melrose Avenue. They took a pizza from the freezer and cooked it (and presumably ate it) and wrote graffiti on a shelf. No other damage was done.
Wednesday, June 30
Attempted burglary: Sometime between 9 a.m. June 30 and 2:30 p.m. July 1, someone kicked a door of a house in the 1700 block of Vista Creek while the resident was away. The door was damaged, but the burglar wasn't able to open it. No entry was made and nothing was taken.
(Burglaries below were added to the map June 20):
Sunday, June 10
Attempted burglary: At about 1:30 a.m. June 10, a resident of the 900 block of Keith Drive was awakened by a noise and found that someone had kicked the front door open. Fortunately no one got in and nothing was taken.
Monday, June 11
Between 4 p.m. June 11 and 10 a.m. June 13, someone broke into a vacant house in the 1500 block of Alyssum Way and damaged the interior.
Wednesday, June 13
At 9:40 a.m. June 13, a woman broke into an occupied house in the 1200 block of Hickory Street, stole some items and tried to leave. A family member struggled with and detained her until officers arrived. A second suspect, a male waiting in a vehicle nearby, was also arrested. A 47-year-old female and a 46-year-old male, both from Sacramento, were arrested on suspicion of burglary and conspiracy. The victim didn't know either of the suspects.
Saturday, June 16
Sometime over the weekend someone burglarized an apartment in the 700 block of Gibson Drive. A flat screen TV, other electronics and jewelry were taken.
Between 12:50 and 1:05 p.m. June 16, someone went into a home in the 1700 block of Braithwaite Street by unknown means and stole two laptop computers, a flat-screen TV, a karaoke system, jewelry and other personal items.
Sunday, June 17
Garage burglary: Between 3 and 4:40 a.m. June 17, a burglar went into an open garage in the 2400 block of Luciana Way and rummaged through the vehicles parked in the garage, taking a wallet with cash and credit cards. By 5 a.m., one of the victim's credit cards had already been used. A large-sized, dark colored SUV or pickup truck was seen in front of the victim's driveway at the time of the burglary.
Attempted burglary: At 12:20 a.m. June 17, someone kicked and damaged the front door of a house in the 1700 block of Vista Creek Drive, while the residents were home. Officers arrived in the area within minutes and checked the area, but were unable to locate the unknown suspect(s). No entry was made and nothing was taken.
(Burglaries below were added to the map June 13):
Roseville Police report a rash of recent burglaries of detached apartment garage complexes in Roseville. The thieves are using a crowbar or other tool to make a space at the top of the garage doors. Then they're able to reach in, possibly with a coat hanger, and detach the manual release chain, so they can slide the doors up, according to Roseville Police.
If you see anyone snooping around or tampering with garage doors, get a good description of the person and any associated vehicles, and call 911 immediately.
Tuesday, June 5
Apartment garage burglary: Overnight on June 5/6, someone went into a shared apartment complex garage at 1451 Rocky Ridge Drive and stole a brown specialized men's pedal shifter bike with disk brakes. Entry was likely made through an unlocked door. A neighbor recalled that at about 2 a.m. June 6, she heard noises and saw a black vehicle backed into the driveway of the building. The vehicle was driven away a short time later.
Wednesday, June 6
Attempted apartment burglary: At 1:34 p.m. June 6, a witness called police to report a man in an upstairs apartment balcony at 1100 Roseville Parkway, trying to pry a window screen. Residents and maintenance staff approached him, and he fled and drove away in a white mini-van. He was described as a well-dressed thin white male in his 20s, 5'9" tall, with short black spiky hair. He was wearing an "electric blue" shirt and black jeans or slacks. Officers are continuing to investigate to identify the suspect.
Friday, June 8
Apartment burglarized: Between June 8 and 10, someone pried the back door of an apartment at 1451 Rocky Ridge Drive and took firearms and fishing equipment.
Apartment garages burglarized: Sometime before 11:50 p.m. June 8, someone broke into 12 detached garage units at an apartment complex in the 7900 block of Foothills Blvd. It's unknown at this time what was taken.
Sunday, June 10
At 12:53 a.m. June 10, officers responded to a neighbor's call of a burglary in progress in the 1700 block of Magenta Drive. Neighbors had heard a crash and when they went out front to check, they saw a pickup they didn't recognize backed up in their neighbor's driveway, and two males trying to load a safe on a dolly into the truck. The males saw the neighbors coming out, got back in their truck and drove away, leaving the victim's safe and dolly behind.
The victim, who was away when the burglary occurred, later checked the house and said that a laptop computer and TV were missing, and possibly other yet-unidentified items.
The burglars' vehicle was described as a large older white Dodge Ram or Chevy pickup with an extended cab and an aftermarket-style ramp bumper. The suspects were two average-sized males, one wearing a white-hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and black pants.
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