SAN MARINO -On August 22, just before 1 p.m., a resident in the 1000 block of Rosalind Road pulled along side her driveway. It was then that she observed a dark colored Nissan sedan occupied by a female Black parked in her driveway. The resident spoke to the female who claimed she was delivering chocolates, and asked if they were for her. The resident told her she was expecting no such delivery, and the female got on her cell phone. The female acted as though she was contacting her boss about the delivery. The female apologized and told her she would pull out of her driveway.
Moments later, the resident noticed a black man in her rear yard who appeared to be urinating. The resident confronted the male subject who said he came from the neighbor’s yard, and quickly walked away. He walked to the street, and then headed eastbound where it is believed he was picked up by the female driver. The resident then contacted SMPD but responding officers were unable to locate the vehicle. A license plate number was written down by the victim, and the SMPD Detective Bureau conducted follow-up on the vehicle in the city of Pasadena.
On this same day, August 22, at 1:30 p.m., a resident in the 800 block of Sierra Madre returned to his residence and discovered that unknown suspect(s) had forced entry into the home. Upon closer inspection, the resident found it had been burglarized and miscellaneous jewelry, money, and clothing were taken. The area was canvassed but no suspect(s) were seen or heard.
It is believed that the suspect(s) in the two incidents may be related. The resident from the 800 block of Sierra Madre was gone for a period of time so it is difficult to determine an exact time.
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