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Corona Police Department
Thursday December 6th, 2012 :: 03:19 p.m. PST


"Knock-Knock" burglary ring arrested in Los Angeles, possible ties to Corona.

During this past year suspects from the Los Angeles area were arrested by the Corona Police Department for committing residential burglaries. These burglaries mostly occurred during daytime hours and the property stolen was mostly jewelry. Recently, a Los Angeles Police Department task force arrested several suspects in connection with this style of burglary with victims throughout Southern California. Thousands of items of stolen property recovered by LAPD are being put on display in an effort to return them to their rightful owners. These items were stolen from burglaries in several counties including Riverside County.

Victims can claim their property by looking through photos on the LAPD's website at . Victims should document the item number and call the LAPD's Operations-Valley Bureau at (818)644-8091.The photos can also be seen here:

Victims can also send an email to The e-mail should include a brief description of the item, the item number written on the yellow tab in the picture, the name listed as the victim on your burglary report, the report number, the address where the burglary occurred, the date of the crime and a call back number.

If you were a victim of burglary in the City of Corona and recover your stolen property from the Los Angeles Police Department, please contact Detective Gonzalez of the Corona Police Department at (951) 279-3637. Please give Detective Gonzalez your original Corona PD case number and the items recovered.

Corona Police Department
730 Public Safety Way
Corona, CA 92880

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 951-736-2330

Sr. Det. Robert Gonzalez

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