Crime

Paradise Valley Police Department investigates residential burglary

Posted 12/7/21

On Dec. 6 at 1:46 PM, the Paradise Valley Police Department was dispatched to a report of an apparent residential burglary in the 6100 block of N. Camelback Manor Dr. 

According to the …

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Crime

Paradise Valley Police Department investigates residential burglary

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On Dec. 6 at 1:46 p.m., the Paradise Valley Police Department was dispatched to a report of an apparent residential burglary in the 6100 block of north Camelback Manor Drive.

According to a police press release, the burglary of antique Asian statues and artwork occurred sometime between 9 a.m and 1:30 p.m. 

Additionally, it was identified that the burglar could have entered through an unsecured door at the residence, police say.

Paradise Valley Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit will be following up on this crime.  If anyone has information regarding this case, call the Paradise Valley Police Department at 480-948-7410. 

It is also advised to not hesitate to call the police if anything suspicious is spotted in your neighborhood. 

The emergency number is 911 and the Paradise Valley Police Department Crime Stop number is 480-948-7410 for any other type of call. 

PVPD encourages residents to engage their neighbors and ask if they know about the #NineOClockWalk campaign, which invites people to “end crime by walking it out.”

According to the release, “making a nightly habit can help us change the face of crime prevention.”

Search #NineOClockWalk on social media for safety tips and schedule an annual home security review by contacting community resource officer Steven McGhee at smcghee@paradisevalleyaz.gov.

For the latest information, visit ParadiseValleyPD.com.

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