• Monterey Home Break-In Awakens Resident, Suspect Escapes

    Break In to Home in 400 Block Dela Vina 

    On October 25, 2015, at approximately 0325 hours, a person entered an occupied residence in the 400 block of Dela Vina.  The suspect woke a teen age juvenile who had been sleeping in the residence.  The juvenile screamed and the suspect fled.

    Responding officers observed a male in the neighborhood who matched the description of the suspect.  When officers attempted to contact the male he fled on foot.  A perimeter was set up in the area of the 300 block of Dela Vina.  Police dogs from the Monterey County Sheriff and the Seaside Police Department responded. A yard to yard search was performed but the male was not located.

    Residents are encouraged to lock all doors and windows and call 911 for anything suspicious.  If you have information about this incident please call 831-646-3830 or to remain anonymous call 831-646-3840.

     

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 25, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News, Police Log

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