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October 9, 2013 — 7:17 a.m.
In an update from the Riverside County Sheriff’s office, “Last night’s attested burglary shows that one subject was detained following the event, and the second fled the scene but was identified.” According to Officer Julio Oseguera.
Further updates will be reported as they arise.
October 8, 2013 — 7:30 p.m.
Friends of the Temecula Grapevine reported a police helicopter searching the area of Sunny Meadows and Campo Drive in Temecula, near the 32000 block. A homeowner reported doors and windows being rattled from the outside, per Riverside County Sheriff’s officer Julio Oseguera.
“Apparently due to disturbance at a residence classified as attempted home entry. No home was entered. No burglary was reported. Police appear to be searching for potential people of interest.” Oseguera said.
Be aware of suspicious individuals, and check your door and window locks. If neighbors are out of town, make any note of suspicious activity and as always, use the City of Temecula Police Department Non-Emergency line for information.
Non-Emergency calls: (800) 950-2444, choose Option 5 – Non-Emergency Calls – 24 hour service.
As always, call 9-1-1 in an emergency situation.
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