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EDH Crime Watch: July 24-30

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports:

Vehicles damaged
July 24: A vehicle was vandalized on Alexandra Drive and another was targeted on Town Center Boulevard.

Missing ring
July 24: A woman left her engagement ring in a tanning room at a Town Center business but when she returned to retrieve it, the ring was gone.

Tech grab
July 25: A thief busted a vehicle’s window on Knight Lane and stole a laptop and an iPad.

Burgled
July 26: Someone broke into an El Dorado Hills Boulevard business.

Funny money
July 26: An unidentified woman passed a fake $50 bill at an El Dorado Hills Town Center café. The incident was captured on video but the suspect has not yet been identified.

Road rage
July 26: An unidentified woman and an unidentified man reportedly attacked a 54-year-old man during a road rage incident on Park Drive.

Wallet found
July 27: A wallet was found n Town Center Boulevard.

Break-ins
July 28: A Windplay Drive business and a Golden Foothill Parkway business were burglarized.

Copper theft
July 28: Someone took copper wiring from a Windplay Drive building’s air-conditioning units.

Theft
July 28: Someone stole a victim’s property in Town Center Boulevard.

Open door
July 29: A thief entered an unlocked vehicle parked on Lakehills Drive and stole several items.

Taken
July 29: A theft was reported on Vine Street.

Sticky mess
July 29: Someone smeared mayonnaise on a vehicle parked on Jackson Court.

Not so grand
July 29: A grand theft was reported on Milano Court.

Not so subtle entry
July 29: Someone pried open a Golden Foothill Parkway business’ door, setting off the alarm. Nothing appeared to be disturbed inside.

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