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Chandler police are seeking the public's help in identifying this suspect in a string of East Valley burglaries.
Surveillance image of burglar at Corona High School in Tempe
Four teenage boys were arrested on attempted burglary-related offenses after a neighbor saw them trying to break into a Mesa house on Monday. Two of the boys threatened to kill the officers and told them they would do whatever it took to go to prison, police said.
Chandler police are asking the public to help identify the woman in this photograph.
Chandler police asking the public to help identify the woman in this photo.
A parolee who spent 4 1/2 years in prison for burglary offenses was arrested on suspicion of returning to his old ways a day after he was released.
A Maricopa County sheriff's vehicle travels through downtown Queen Creek in this file photo from 2009.
Chandler police arrested a man suspected of organizing night-time crime sprees of several cell phone stores and selling the stolen phones in his own businesses.
Mesa police say two men burglarized a nearly completed home Monday by busting through a wall in the garage.
Police are investigating a burglary at a salon early Wednesday.
Scottsdale police arrested a man they say attempted to break into the Arizona Cancer Institute after cornering him on the roof of the building late Monday.
A Mesa serial burglar faces federal charges, ten counts of commercial theft, and is accused of stealing more than $10,000 dollars worth of property, but he says he’s committed even more crimes than authorities realize.
Pinal County sheriff’s deputies arrested two suspects Thursday morning in Queen Creek who they believe are responsible for multiple vehicle burglaries in the town, Gilbert and Mesa.
Police arrested two men on suspicion of at least one commercial burglary on Friday in Mesa and possibly others throughout the Valley.
Scottsdale police arrested two Phoenix women on suspicion of burglary after the pair returned to allegedly steal items out of an unoccupied house for the second time within two hours.
A man shot at two burglars who broke into his home in Tempe on Tuesday, and police say one of them ended up at a Mesa hospital to be treated for his wound.
A burglar tussled with Mesa police Monday after officers found the man hiding with a female companion inside the bedroom of a vacant apartment at 655 S. Mesa Drive, authorities said.
A Chandler man and his wife were sentenced to prison this week for a burglary spree that targeted people between the ages of 70 and 95.