Sheriffs Office Seek Assistance in Identifying Blackhawk Burglary Suspects

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On Friday, August 4, 2017, three homes in the community of Blackhawk were burglarized.

The residences, on the 4400 block of Deer Ridge Road, Deer Creek Lane, and 4500 block of Kingswood Drive, are all located along the golf course. The homeowners were not home at the time.

These burglaries bring the number to eight in Blackhawk since May 2017. Detectives say in each case the entry point to the residences appears to be rear of the home. The residences all backed up to the golf course.

The Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating all of these cases. Some surveillance photos of the suspects are attached. Anyone with any information on the identity of these suspects or on these cases is asked to contact the Office of the Sheriff Investigation Division at (925)335-2600.

For any tips, call (866) 846-3592 to leave an anonymous voice message or email: tips@so.cccounty.us.

All residents are reminded to lock their doors and windows, use alarm systems if they have one, and to report any suspicious people to law enforcement.

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  1. How long will these tragic (Section 8 renters?) have to put up with the lowlifes who wander the new urban hellhole of the Blackhawk Golf Course? Eight crimes since May? One story in the past two days?? My heart weeps at the loss of items from three homes in one night. I pray that all neighbors panic rooms are well stocked for the onslaught that is to come. For to-night is the next Friday night for these criminal masterminds.

    This is what we get without a DA in Contra Crime-ta County!!

    Where are these thugs coming from? In SUVs from Marin and Napa Counties I’ll bet, just to attack the helpless citizens of our fear-ravaged County.

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