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Burlingame Police Department
Saturday July 14th, 2012 :: 05:24 p.m. PDT


Four Arrested For Residential Burglary

Update 07/14/12: The Burlingame Police Department has arrested the two outstanding suspects in the incident.

Burlingame, CA, July 13, 2012: An attempted burglary of a residence in the 2100 block of Easton Drive was thwarted when an alert citizen called police after noticing a group of suspicious subjects in the area.

On July 13, 2012, at approximately 10:55am, a resident in the 2100 block of Easton Drive noticed a group of suspicious males walking into her neighbors’ backyard. When she didn’t recognize the subjects as associated with her neighbors’ residence, she dialed 911.

Officers immediately responded to the area and observed four subjects fleeing from the residence on foot. Officers were able to apprehend two of the suspects; however, an exhaustive search for the two remaining suspects was conducted with negative results. The search included assistance from several San Mateo County Deputies, a CHP air unit, and ground searches with canine units.

The residents were not home during the burglary attempt and entry into the residence was never made by the suspects.

The two suspects apprehended (Broderick D. Pryor, 18 years old and residing in San Francisco; and Blake A. Green, 18 years old and residing in South San Francisco) were arrested and charged with attempted burglary and conspiracy for the incident on Easton Drive. They were also charged with burglary and possession of stolen property as they were connected to a residential burglary that had occurred approximately 30 minutes earlier in the 100 block of Burlingame Avenue and were found to be driving a stolen vehicle taken two days earlier during a residential burglary in Fairfield.

Burlingame detectives are also working with allied agencies in an attempt to ascertain whether the suspects apprehended are in any way connected to a rash of daytime residential burglaries that have recently plagued several other San Mateo County cities.

The two outstanding suspects are both described as males, unknown race, approximately 18 years of age, wearing dark clothing.

Burlingame Police Department
1111 Trousdale Dr
Burlingame, CA 94010

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 650-777-4100

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