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EDH Crime Watch: Nov. 10-16

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

Wants it found
Nov. 10: A man reported losing a handgun during a move from a home on Finders Way.

Job perk
Nov. 10: A Hillsdale Circle business owner reported that an employee took items from the business’ trash.

High times
Nov. 10: A witness spotted three unidentified men breaking into a motor home parked on Golden Foothill Parkway. The suspects fled prior to deputies’ arrival. The victim reported his marijuana stolen.

Taking a peek
Nov. 11: Deputies were alerted that two vehicles entered a Town Center parking lot and the occupants got out and began looking into other vehicles. One of the suspect’s vehicles matched the description of one that had been stolen.

Shopping trip
Nov. 13: An unidentified man walked into a Town Center retail store, grabbed expensive items and slipped out with the goods via a fire exit. The suspect loaded the stolen items into a waiting truck and fled.

Not too sharp
Nov. 14: A 13-year-old boy was cited for allegedly bringing a knife onto a Francisco Drive school’s campus.

Strikeout
Nov. 14: Someone reportedly tried to steal copper wiring from light fixtures at Jeff Mitchell Field on Park Drive.

Stop playing around
Nov. 15: Vandalism was reported on Windplay Drive.

Foreclosure frustration?
Nov. 16: Someone vandalized a bank-owned home on Souza Drive.

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