December 3, 2013 > Help Fremont PD identify a residential burglary
Help Fremont PD identify a residential burglary
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Once again a residential burglary suspect has been caught on video and we need your assistance to help identify him.
On November 26, 2013 at approximately 4:50 p.m., Community Service Officer Oliveira responded to the 200 block of Addison Court to take a residential burglary report. The victim who had just returned home, called to notify us that his home had been burglarized and he had caught it all on video.
It appears that the suspect entered the backyard via an unlocked side gate and then broke the glass in a rear patio sliding door to gain entry into the home. The homeowner was alerted to the break-in at approximately 11:35 a.m. when he received an alert of a motion detector via his video surveillance system that captured and recorded the suspect in his bedroom.
We are providing two still images from the video recording in an effort to try and identify the unknown suspect. We hope that someone in our community will come forward and help us solve this case. The suspect is described as a Hispanic or middle eastern adult male, thin to medium build, short cropped brown hair, brown eyes, thin mustache and partial goatee underneath his chin and below the jaw line, wearing black pants, dark colored t-shirt, and a navy blue hoodie. The unknown suspect appears to be talking on either a red colored smart phone or a phone with a red case.
If you have any information that would help lead to the identity of this suspect, please respond to Fremont PD by submitting an anonymous Nixle Tip, sending an email directly to Det. Butch Miller at Kmiller@fremont.gov, calling our Investigative Unit at 510-790-6900 or utilizing one of our other crime reporting tip lines at www.fremontpolice.org/tip.
We'd like to thank our community for their pro-active efforts in helping to make Fremont a safe place to live, work and play! With your help, we will continue to make it more difficult for criminals to commit crimes in our town.