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On Thursday, Sept. 11, at approximately 8:30 p.m., deputies assigned to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station responded to a call for service regarding a robbery. When deputies arrived at the 26500 block of Emerald Dove Drive in Valencia (city of Santa Clarita) they contacted two victims, a man and woman who reported a home invasion robbery had occurred.

When the victims arrived home from church, the female victim entered the residence, and the male victim went out a side door to retrieve his garbage barrels. Once outside, the male victim was confronted by two suspects. The suspect ordered the male victim to return back into his home, and the suspects detained the male and female victims while ransacking their home.

lasd_scvstation_pressrelease_badgeBoth suspects fled the residence (unknown if on foot or in a vehicle) in an unknown direction. The suspects stole jewelry and an unknown amount of U.S. currency from the victims. Both suspects were described as male blacks, 20 to 25 years old, approximately 6’00” tall, and weighing approximately 180 to 200 pounds. (ref – 11743)

There is no further information available at this time. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Detectives are continuing to actively investigate this incident. There is no indication that this incident is related to another Santa Clarita Valley robbery incident that occurred in the early morning hours of Wednesday, September 10, 2014.

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies have these tips and information they want to make sure residents are aware of, based on Los Angeles County-wide trends and information being collected and analyzed by Crime Prevention Unit (CPU) deputies:

* Criminals are now more likely to wear high-end suits, drive high-end cars and do a better job of blending into the areas they are victimizing. In one recent case of burglaries investigated by deputies, the thieves drove around a nice residential neighborhood in a Porsche Cayenne, Deputy Josh Dubin said, by way of example;

* Gangs are ignoring traditional racial and territorial divides, working together more cooperatively to victimize communities. Even gangs that have traditionally fought for turf are now focusing their efforts on crime as opposed to fighting amongst themselves;

* Deputies are asking the general public to not be hesitant about being suspicious, Dubin said. “Don’t be hesitant to think something is suspicious or the need to know what’s occurring in your neighborhood,” he said. “If you see a suspicious car, jotting down a license plate and/or taking a picture and expressing your concern to the Sheriff’s Station is something that could help us catch criminals and send a message that they’re not welcome in Santa Clarita.”

Always call the local law enforcement if you see anything suspicious. “If you see something, say something.”

 

 

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  1. If you see something say something? I reported a suspicious activity going on among a bunch of teenage boys who trespassed our private HOA park. I was told to call our HOA instead so they can make the private persons arrest themselves. It was 10pm. I guess they will not respond unless somebody is dying or is already dead.

  2. My Husband and I were approached by a Man 2 weeks ago when we were pulling into our driveway around 9pm ! He was asking questions about the neighbors across the Street and if we knew the homeowners! I contacted the Sheriff station and was told to leave a message :/

  3. I’ve been told by next door neighbors, the wife went in the house and the husband went to take the trash barrels out and the suspects put a gun to his head and told him to go in the house. They proceeded to tie them up, rob them of cash and jewelry and then took off. After freeing themselves, they called 911. As of now, no neighbors saw or heard anything. I live a few doors away.

  4. I’ve been told by next door neighbors, the wife went in the house and the husband went to take the trash barrels out and the suspects put a gun to his head and told him to go in the house. They proceeded to tie them up, rob them of cash and jewelry and then took off. After freeing themselves, they called 911. As of now, no neighbors saw or heard anything. I live a few doors away.

  5. Jesse Roach Jesse Roach says:

    Craig Roach Joann Siracusa Roach

  6. Why folks should get a gun and a CCW.

  7. Val TBow Val TBow says:

    That’s terrible news again always be vigilant you never know who’s who anymore

  8. Javi says:

    We need to vote in a Sheriff who, like Margret Mims in Fresno County, knows Shaw cannot have officers there to protect you in every cir cumstance. That’s why she issues CCWs to people who pass background checks and qualify quarterly with their handguns. SHALL NOT INFRNGE PERIOD.

  9. Joanna Ochoa Joanna Ochoa says:

    Juan Camilo Callejas

  10. Joanna Ochoa Joanna Ochoa says:

    Juan Camilo Callejas

  11. I’m getting a few guns and some handcuffs to arrest these foos myself!

  12. I’m getting a few guns and some handcuffs to arrest these foos myself!

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