Sheriff’s Office Investigates Alamo Burglary

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On Monday, April 15, 2019, at about 1:38 AM, Sheriff’s Office Dispatch received a report of an alarm at a jewelry store on the 3200 block of Danville Boulevard in Alamo.

Deputy Sheriffs arrived minutes after being dispatched to find the store’s front window broken. The suspects entered the business stealing miscellaneous goods and items.

The suspects are believed to have fled north on Danville Boulevard then east on Stone Valley Road toward Interstate 680.

The Crime Lab responded to the location to process the scene.

Detectives say there were four male suspects. Their vehicle is described as a newer four-door Honda Civic with after market rims and tinted windows.

Anyone with any information on this case is asked to contact the Office of the Sheriff at (925) 646-2441 or (925) 313-2600.

For any tips, email: [email protected] or call (866) 846-3592 to leave an anonymous voice message.


10 COMMENTS

  1. Probably cops doing it. They certainly do not want to help law abiding citizens and protect businesses. When I lived in Alamo, this would never have happen as well as home invasion robberies. Contra Costa County is just an ugly dumping ground no matter where you live now. Kamala Harris is using Antioch’s proposed new logo style as well as Amazon. LOL! Kamala Harris for the criminals!

      • You’re the one to talk Nick. Always complaining like a punk about every little thing in Contra Costa County. That’s why you ran from your problems with your tail between your legs.

          • Not everyone Melanie. Only people who were too afraid to be a positive change in those communities, or too pessimistic to see the positive in them.

          • Jerry – If you live in Antioch or Pittsburg and enjoy it, I couldn’t be happier for you. But most of us have NO desire to live in high crime towns with low performing schools. It makes sense (to me) to live elsewhere. You’re fighting a losing battle, but I wish you well in your efforts. It’s not pessimism – it’s realism.

            I’m saddened by any community where so many parents don’t care about education, and have no desire to discipline their children properly.

            Making a positive change (in any community) is commendable, but when you’re outnumbered – your efforts are usually ineffectual.

  2. The comments are funny, but the crime is rather aggressive. Sadly, with the exception of metal bars – nothing with stop this crime. And you won’t see metal bars in Alamo.

    • I don’t see metal bars or security doors in Danville or Orinda or Moraga, either. There were times that none were seen in Antioch of Pittsburg for decades. Then, something happened and the two cities went quickly downhill. I think this started in the late 1960’s. I was a kid then, but I remember.

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