Community Service Message
Residents of San Juan
There have been multiple
vehicle burglaries throughout the city in recent months.
Apparently the suspects are looking for items inside
vehicles that are small and simple to quickly carry
away, i.e., laptop computers, purses and briefcases.
They smash out a window and remove the item of value.
The victim vehicles have been parked in a variety of
locations: car ports, driveways and on the street in
front of residences. Most of the thefts have occurred
between the hours of 12 midnight and 3 am, but some have
occurred during the daytime.
Here are several ways to help prevent these types of
Remember to remove any items of value from inside your
vehicle or lock them in the trunk.
If you see anyone suspicious looking into vehicles in
your neighborhood, please report them to the San Benito
County Sheriff’s Department, (831) 636-4080 or if you
witness a subject breaking into a vehicle, call 911.
Remember it is very important to get a clear description
of the suspicious subject, i.e.… clothing description,
height, weight, hair color and last known direction of
Thank you for your help
Deputy Marc Williams
San Benito County Sheriff's Department
San Juan Bautista sub-station