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459_012314aDetectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s Detective Bureau are seeking public assistance in identifying four suspects thought to be responsible for a commercial burglary that occurred on Thursday, Jan. 23.

The photos are of the four males detectives would like to talk to in connection with this burglary.

The suspects are alleged to have entered a commercial business located in the 24900 block of Pico Canyon Road in the unincorporated area of Los Angeles County (Santa Clarita).  The suspects entered the location and quickly removed several iPhones and iPads from display cases.  The suspect ripped the items from their security cords.  The four male suspects then turned and rushed out of the location.

459_012314dThe suspects are described as four black males.  Each of the suspects are between 5’10 and 6’00 feet tall.  Each of the suspects weighs approximately 170 and 180 pounds.

If you know the identity of the persons shown in these photos, or their whereabouts, detectives are asking that you call LA Crime Stoppers by dialing 800-222-TIPS (8477), texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

OR: Contact Detective O’Brien at EMOBrien@lasd.org.

No further information is available at this time, as this investigation is ongoing.

 

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  1. Silvie Faust Silvie Faust says:

    Are you guys for sure about this?

  2. Silvie Faust Silvie Faust says:

    Are you guys for sure about this?

  3. Sahal Farah Sahal Farah says:

    Brian Maloney and Sean Hobson Hollis win most educated comments of the day.

  4. Sahal Farah Sahal Farah says:

    Brian Maloney and Sean Hobson Hollis win most educated comments of the day.

  5. That’s Kanye in the middle. Lock him up….

    • Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

      Funny thing is Sandro, these hicks didn’t know you and I are friends and this was sarcasm. I love that one of the racists “liked” since it went way over his head.

  6. That’s Kanye in the middle. Lock him up….

  7. Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

    Always nice when simpletons go race baiting in a thread.

  8. Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

    Always nice when simpletons go race baiting in a thread.

  9. Isaac Jones Isaac Jones says:

    Better they do it over the internet then outside where the black folk are Dobie Gillis

  10. Isaac Jones Isaac Jones says:

    Better they do it over the internet then outside where the black folk are Dobie Gillis

  11. That’s what we get for allowing Pompton to move out of the projects and head down south

  12. That’s what we get for allowing Pompton to move out of the projects and head down south

  13. Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

    So nice to see the breath of fresh air we call racism.

  14. Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

    So nice to see the breath of fresh air we call racism.

  15. Isaac Jones Isaac Jones says:

    Remind me to tag you all next time a child or woman is missing or sexually abused.

  16. Isaac Jones Isaac Jones says:

    Remind me to tag you all next time a child or woman is missing or sexually abused.

  17. I see we got some racism goin… NICE!! (NOT)

  18. I see we got some racism goin… NICE!! (NOT)

    • Greg Brown Greg Brown says:

      And I thought we were civilized. I guess I gave too much benefit of the doubt to these people who hate and slander. Alison, please don’t judge all Caucasians based on these fool’s comments. Peace. Thank You.

  19. Gina Stewart Gina Stewart says:

    Don’t stoop to their level. Racism is a personal problem, don’t make it yours.

  20. Gina Stewart Gina Stewart says:

    Don’t stoop to their level. Racism is a personal problem, don’t make it yours.

  21. Gina Stewart Gina Stewart says:

    SCVTV shame on you for not deleting such ignorant comments….

  22. Gina Stewart Gina Stewart says:

    SCVTV shame on you for not deleting such ignorant comments….

  23. Tony Diaz Tony Diaz says:

    How about finger printing the door where that last guy touched…c’mon sheriffs

  24. Tony Diaz Tony Diaz says:

    How about finger printing the door where that last guy touched…c’mon sheriffs

  25. Ryan Connor Ryan Connor says:

    That’s Kanye West in the middle I think :)

  26. Ryan Connor Ryan Connor says:

    That’s Kanye West in the middle I think :)

  27. My goodness. Quit with the racism people!!!!

  28. My goodness. Quit with the racism people!!!!

  29. All of this racism makes me want to move…. pathetic.

  30. All of this racism makes me want to move…. pathetic.

  31. I always knew that Santa Clarita was full of racist jerks, but not this bad.

  32. I always knew that Santa Clarita was full of racist jerks, but not this bad.

  33. Since elementary school I’ve seen all races do stupid crap in SCV. To say go figure or I’m not surprised shows how low of a person you are.

  34. Since elementary school I’ve seen all races do stupid crap in SCV. To say go figure or I’m not surprised shows how low of a person you are.

  35. It’s not racism! It’s reality!

  36. It’s not racism! It’s reality!

  37. No that’s racism. I don’t go around Santa Clarita saying oh their Latino… Must be illegal. Group of white kids… Must do heroin. Grouping people doesn’t do anything positive.

  38. Kelly Parco Kelly Parco says:

    Were all the same inside, we all bleed red. Lets try to get these criminals and leave the ugly words out. A dumb punk murdered my friend in Stevenson ranch 6 years ago, so color doesn’t matter. They’re criminals that’s it.

  39. Garth Wilson Garth Wilson says:

    If Obama had 3 sons…

  40. Came for the ignorant and racist comments, left unsurprised.

  41. White people all smell like salami.

  42. I literally clicked on this to see the racist comments, of course I’m not surprised! Good job scv you never fail!

  43. Garth Wilson Garth Wilson says:

    They may have been confused and thought this was the public library.

  44. Jason Rueck Jason Rueck says:

    Since when is there a KFC in pico canyon???

  45. I’m so glad my Black ass is White.

  46. Let’s all just ck out the pic and try to help catch these thieves.!

  47. Ben Torres Ben Torres says:

    Lets hunt them down..

  48. Wow… why is it always about race? Latinos black whites asian, they all have thieves. #relax

  49. You guys are ridiculous, most of you being older than I am, it’s so surprising to see my PEERS talk in such a manner. Race is not a factor here. Grow up, these comments are so unnecessary, if they were white I’m pretty sure it would be a whole other story with these fb comments.

  50. Will do Garth Wilson stay classy..

  51. Kelly Parco Kelly Parco says:

    Lol Patrick. Ur pathetic for judging.

  52. Those are Holly Verdi’s baby daddy’s. She knows where their at!

  53. Mike Navarro Mike Navarro says:

    Where’s that 2nd amendment when you need it?!? Thanks Obama!!

  54. You should move to a black neighborhood and see how they treat your white ass

  55. Ryan Connor I was thinking the same thing!!!

  56. Dobie Gillis now you’re just as racist making that hick comment!! You’re a hypocrite pretty much!

  57. Chris Botros Chris Botros says:

    Kanye west was in Santa Clarita? Lol

  58. Wil Fuller Wil Fuller says:

    Kanye west, kendrick, and asap

  59. SMH… This just reiterates the reason I want to move out of SCV… Being a interracial couple out here, I’ve witnessed it first hand. No its not reality Brigid Burns Kellaris, Criminals come in all shapes, sizes, and COLORS!

    • It’s reality! Reluctantly but surely you know that. Sorry its such a hard pill for you to swallow. Truth hurts. Alison Brown-Kurzawinski

    • No it’s not a hard pill for me to swallow, it may be for you to think it’s ok to judge a whole race for certain people’s actions. Not all black people go around robbing people.

    • Sandie Jones Sandie Jones says:

      I’m sorry that you feel like you have to move out of the SCV. I can tell you that most people I have met in this valley have been extremely nice – More than most places that I have traveled to.

      Let me be at least one person to apologize to you if that’s the type of treatment you received. I’m not sure where it happened, or why, but I can assure you that we are not all racist in Santa Clarita.

      White, Black, Brown or Purple; we are all the same on the inside. We all get the same illnesses, we all bleed red, and we all were born naked and die. If we took the time to get to know the people we encounter just by saying “Hi, how are you today”, this world could be such a better place.

      ((HUGS)) to you. Have a wonderful day. <3

  60. 3 black males in scv shouldn’t be hard to catch considering there aren’t many in our white racist suburban town! Lol

  61. 3 black males in scv shouldn’t be hard to catch considering there aren’t many in our white racist suburban town! Lol

  62. Statistics speak louder than color…

  63. Roman Merino Roman Merino says:

    Breana Paige was dating all of them at some point. Have you seen these guys lately?

  64. Roman Merino Roman Merino says:

    Breana Paige was dating all of them at some point. Have you seen these guys lately?

  65. Roman Merino Roman Merino says:

    Breana Paige Hahahaha… That’s for inviting me to blackpeoplemeet. Com. Well done.

  66. Roman Merino Roman Merino says:

    Breana Paige Hahahaha… That’s for inviting me to blackpeoplemeet. Com. Well done.

  67. Breana Paige Breana Paige says:

    Bahahaha, have you met any sexy ladies yet? I know how much you like dark berries

  68. Breana Paige Breana Paige says:

    Bahahaha, have you met any sexy ladies yet? I know how much you like dark berries

  69. Breana Paige Breana Paige says:

    Lol, did I just Let the very out of the bag??

  70. Breana Paige Breana Paige says:

    Lol, did I just Let the very out of the bag??

  71. Breana Paige Breana Paige says:

    Fixed! Don’t correct the errors of a smartphone! Can we get back to these black guys now

  72. Breana Paige Breana Paige says:

    Wanna go hunting? Is there a reward?

  73. Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

    Yes because hick is a color.

  74. Breana Paige Breana Paige says:

    No, hick is a lifestyle

  75. Caitlyn Huss Caitlyn Huss says:

    Those gangsters in Hollister clothing…ha

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