Sheriff's Seek Help in Finding Suspected Schabarum Regional Park Burglars

The suspects reportedly used stolen credit cards from the burglaries in local Target stores, including the one in Diamond Bar.

Photo courtesy of the LASD
Photo courtesy of the LASD

Sheriff's deputies today publicly released images of two men and a woman suspected of breaking into cars at a county park in Rowland Heights in the hope they would be recognized.

Burglaries at Peter Schabarum Regional Park, 17250 Colima Road, occurred between  Nov. 16 and Dec. 31, according to Detective Jack Prentice of the Sheriff's Parks Bureau.

Surveillance images of the suspect were recovered from Target stores, including the Diamond Bar location, where credit cards stolen during the burglaries were used, he said.

Anyone who recognizes the suspects was asked to call deputies at (661) 294-3544.

--City News Service

Vito Spago January 23, 2014 at 01:23 AM
What idiot would leave their purse in their car where it was visible. They deserve to have it stolen. Truly amazing.
notsomuch January 23, 2014 at 09:23 AM
I agree Vito! Cmonnnn people!!
Teri Felker January 23, 2014 at 10:57 AM
Common sense should tell you that leaving valuables in a car is a bad choice but common sense is now an oxymoron.
Robert Corona January 23, 2014 at 12:00 PM
Common sense is no excuse for thievery.. Just a HUGE sign of the times. If its not nailed down,,, its gone.
Teri Felker January 23, 2014 at 12:50 PM
When will the downward spiral stop? When we have the GUTS to say ENOUGH !!!!
Vito Spago January 23, 2014 at 01:24 PM
Will never happen in Calif. Illegals are rewarded for breaking the law. Criminals are let out of jail because they are crowded (poor babies). What about the ghettos of Santa Ana in the OC. Are they crowded??? Fatherless families with kids that run wild. Lock your stuff up in your house. Get a family firearm. And shoot them dead if they are stupid enough to break into your house when you are home. For feel good movies, go watch a few Bronson Death Wish flicks.


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