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On Friday, August 15, 2014, at approximately 6:40 pm, a burglary was reported from the AT&T retailer located at the 26400 block of Bouquet Canyon Road, Santa Clarita. Five Black male suspects (ages 18-22) entered the location and stole cell phones and tablets. The suspects ripped the devices from the security cables and ran out of the store.  The entire incident occurred in less than a minute (ref -10464).

On Sunday, September 7, 2014, at approximately 5:10 pm, a burglary was reported from the AT&T retailer located at the 24900 block of Pico Canyon Road, Stevenson Ranch.  Three Black male suspects (ages 18-20) entered the location and stole cell phones and tablets. The suspects ripped the devices from the security cables and ran out of the store (ref -11578).

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station detectives immediately began following leads in both of these incidents and have now released surveillance footage taken from the locations, in hopes of identifying the suspects involved in this incident.  Station detectives believe both incidents are related and could have been perpetrated by the same suspects.

If you recognize any of the males in these photos or have any further information that can assist detectives in this investigation, please contact Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Detective Deegan at 661-255-1121 or at msdeegan@lasd.org

If you would like to remain anonymous, please call the LA Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

 

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44 Comments

  1. Didn’t something like this happen with the same MO about 6 months ago?

  2. The time stamp says 4:40

  3. Karla Love Karla Love says:

    Gonzalo Gonzalez was this at your store

  4. Laura Mathis Laura Mathis says:

    Wth is wrong with ppl

  5. C.C became Lancaster and valencia is now the new Palmdale. …oh yeah newhall is still mexico

  6. Jimmy Grise Jimmy Grise says:

    These people I wanna call something that starts with an N…possiblyyyy naughtyyy??

  7. Seriously!!!! How many times is this going to happen up here. It’s becoming a joke now. They know how easy it is & know NOTHING will be done about it!

  8. They look like respectful youngsters. How unusual for these young folks to do something like this!

  9. They get the new iphone 6 good for them :)

  10. They can steal all the phones they want. Once they are blacklisted the phones are nothing more than a fancy paperweight.

  11. John Bishop John Bishop says:

    Good. They should get robbed like they (at&t) rob customers.

  12. Ruben Pous Ruben Pous says:

    Thugs that stop by Santa Clarita from or on the their way to Palmdale Lancaster from LA

  13. Can we get a better view of the 5 suspects.

  14. Tommy Rini Tommy Rini says:

    A thief is a thief. Thievery knows no color its funny how white people assume that crime is only committed by black people and minorities but white pill popping heroin addicts are just so chic

  15. The article states that the robbery occurred on 8-15-2014, yet the time stamp on the security photo is 9-7-2014…go figure?

  16. I can not believe they are my age… Pathetic.

  17. Mike Alvarado……the video shows the day and time of the 2nd robbery incident on Pico Cyn in Stevenson Ranch. Open up the article so you can read more about it.

  18. Lorena Garay Lorena Garay says:

    Low lifes go back where you cane from – from Palmdale & Lancaster that is!

  19. That’s down the street from me. Ugh…

  20. Looks like Bradley and Mayweather eh? :)

  21. Vernie Orr Vernie Orr says:

    They look like trouble!

  22. Da SSalster Da SSalster says:

    Looks like 2 black guys…check palmdale

  23. Da SSalster Da SSalster says:

    Looks like 2 black guys…check palmdale

  24. The one guy is wearing a shirt that says only God can judge me… humm, I wonder if he knows God says we should not steal

  25. Escobar Alma Escobar Alma says:

    Shame on them! They could been any race, any social status, from Beverly Hillls even,
    It’s still wrong! They are lucky they aren’t in another country let’s see hum….where they get beaten with rocks, cut their hands off, get there fingers sliced off one by one and have acid poured on them ect.

    Instead if they even get everyone TAX dollars pay in a jail with warm blanket, food esc.

  26. This is why we can’t have nice things…

  27. Sounds like Brian needs to move to Palmdale or Lancaster to get his facts straight. Sorry you have such a negative opinion about such a happy place to live.

  28. I live in West Palmdale. And no black people live within 8 miles of me. I don’t ever hear sirens or helicopters. Day or night. Stereotype yourselves not us. Shame on some of the ignorant people I see here.

  29. I live in West Palmdale. And no black people live within 8 miles of me. I don’t ever hear sirens or helicopters. Day or night. Stereotype yourselves not us. Shame on some of the ignorant people I see here.

  30. Vesta Brown Vesta Brown says:

    I hope the thieves are caught and prosecuted. We work hard for what we get. Everyone needs to step up to a moral lifestyle.

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