Police Investigate 21 Auto Burglaries Committed Over Weekend

San Angelo Police are investigating a rash of vehicle burglaries that took place between Thursday, Jan. 22 and Monday, Jan. 26.

At the moment, detectives are looking into 21 total auto burglaries, and are investigating whether or not the incidents are related. So far, the majority of incidents appear to have occurred in unlocked vehicles.

Police are asking members of the public to take a layered approach to reducing vehicle burglary; always lock your vehicle with the windows up, take your keys, and remove all valuables.  Report suspicious activity/crime in progress to 911.

If you have any information about these crimes or suspect(s) who may be involved, call (325) 657-4264.  To remain anonymous, submit tips online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247 or call the SAPD’s 24 Hour Tip Hotline at 1-855-TIPS-247.  You can also text your tips, text: TIP SAPD followed by your message, to 888777. 

Below are the locations of the burglaries under investigation:

Sector 1

500 E. 26th

700 block W. 17th

1200 block Jacie Ln.

800 block Windemere

1000 block Hunters Glen Rd.

Sector 2

500 block Smith Blvd.-Willow Run Apartments

1600 block S. Chadbourne St.

400 block N. Emerson

(3) 4700 block S. Jackson St.-Century Terrace Apartments

Sector 3

3300 block Rockbrook

200 block Robin Hood Trl.

4000 block Robin Hood Trl.

2400 block Baylor

2500 block W. Loop 306

4300 block Goodnight Trl.

(3) 3700 block Arden Rd. –Arden Arms Apartments

2200 block W. Avenue L.


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I live at the arden arms apartments and last night my car was set on fire at 3am using stolen fuel from another vehicle in the complex. I assume they burned the car when they realized they couldn't steal it and to cover up any clues they may have left. Luckily the building was safe which is amazing considering how big the flames got and how close the car was parked to the building and trees. These people need to be stopped, they put several lives of people and children in danger with their stupidity.

They put lives and property in danger; they do not care. Those who care, do take the time to notice unusual things and report it; or do the vigilante thing and make the apprehension without Police assistance (NO! Don't! I'm just being sarcastic. Let the Police deal with the perps!)

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