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CV Station Detectives are Asking for the Public’s Help

By Mary O’KEEFE

Los Angeles County Sheriff detectives from the Crescenta Valley station are asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects who vandalized Rosemont Middle School.

Detectives have released a surveillance photo of two individuals suspected of vandalizing the school with spray painted graffiti on June 16.

The first suspect is described as a male, white wearing a blue and black long sleeve shirt and sunglasses. The second suspect is described as a male, white wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.

Anyone with information concerning the incident or can identify the suspects are asked to contact Det. Brian Tibbett at (818) 236-4011.

On Nov. 19 several items were found in the Ralph’s market parking lot entrance at 2675 Foothill Blvd. in a plastic bag. The items included a black Sirius Satellite receiver, Kenneth Cole man’s wrist watch, Motorola gray cellphone, an LG cellpone and an iPod Nano.

At present these items have remained unclaimed and unmatched to a crime. Anyone who may have been a victim of a theft and recognize the property is asked to contact Det. Brian Tibbett at (818) 236-4011.

 

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