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Rancho Murieta Security provided a crime update on break-ins, theft and vandalism incidents that have occurred in the community during the past week. Incidents include overnight thefts at a mini-storage facility and forced entry into a vacant home in the Villas.

These are the incidents Security Chief Greg Remson noted in an email:

  • Overnight on Thursday, Oct. 3, two vehicles and other property were taken from the mini-storage on Cantova Way. A story about the thefts appeared on RM.com.
  • Overnight on Saturday, Oct. 5, someone pried open a window at the snack bar at the Country Club. Nothing was taken, and there is no cash left in the building after business hours.
  • Overnight on Saturday, Oct. 5, property was taken from an unlocked vehicle on Guadalupe Drive. According to the security logs, a wallet and garage door opener were taken from an unlocked car, and another vehicle in the garage was entered.
  • Sunday, Oct. 6, a report was made that forced entry was made into a vacant home at the Villas. The home is vacant and empty. The security log entry for the incident said it appeared the house was being used as a hang-out.
  • Overnight on Sunday, Oct. 6, an outdoor light was damaged on Domingo Drive and a spa cover was taken from a back porch on Camino Del Lago.

Remson said all of the victims are encouraged to file a report with the Sacramento Sheriff's Department. He reminded residents to  report any suspicious people, vehicles, or circumstances to the Security Department, 354-2273 (CARE).

For crimes in progress, first notify the Sheriff's Department and then the Security Department.

Anyone with information on a crime is encouraged to contact the Sacramento Sheriff's Department at 874-4354 or WeTip at 800-78-CRIME (27463). Callers to WeTip can be eligible for up to a $1,000 reward and can remain anonymous. WeTip can also be contacted online at wetip.com. Information received is provided to the Sacramento Sheriff's Department for follow up.

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