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Posted on: January 27, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Residential Burglary on Cebalo Lane

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On January 27, 2022, between 10:30am and 12:30pm, a burglary occurred in the unit block of Cebalo Lane. The suspect slid a window open and entered the structure through the window.  Once inside the structure, the suspect took two bicycles, a laptop, and other miscellaneous items. 

The absolute best way to prevent becoming a victim of burglary is to properly protect your home and your valuables.  You can greatly assist our crime prevention efforts by doing the following:

1.         Keep all doors and windows locked, even when you are home.

2.         When you are not home, making it appear that someone is home by keeping lights on, installing light timers, leaving on the TV or a radio.

3.         Install exterior lighting.

4.         Do not keep valuables in your master bedroom as this area is a common target of burglars.

5.         Keep valuables well-hidden and consider using a safe bolted to the floor and/or wall.

6.         Keep valuables out of your car and lock your car doors.

7.         Install an alarm system and security cameras (strongly consider having your alarm system monitored for free by our PD Dispatch Center by calling 650-688-6500).

8.         Schedule a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) review of your home by, one of our specially trained CPTED officers, by calling us at 650-688-6500.

The Atherton Police Department’s crime prevention efforts are meant to strengthen the partnership between our residents and the community that we serve. But none of these ideas will help unless they are used properly. Failing to lock doors and windows or to turn on security lighting and alarms will represent a failure of the overall protection system for the home. We hope that together, we can enhance the quality of life in Atherton and make our great community as safe and secure as possible. 

Steven D McCulley

Chief of PoliceColor Police Star

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