SUNNYVALE — The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety has reported a number of residential burglaries throughout the city as of last week.
On March 22, a burglary occurred in the 1000 block of Iris. An investigation revealed that the suspect had entered the residence by breaking a rear window and stealing watches and jewelry. Meanwhile, another burglary had occurred nearby in the 1000 block of Yorktown; this time, the suspect broke a rear sliding glass door and stole electronics. Despite the close proximity, the two burglaries may still be unrelated.
On March 25th, a burglary was reported in the 1100 block of Lochinvar sometime after 11 PM. The suspect had allegedly entered an apartment through an unlocked window and attempted to steal a laptop and jewelry, but dropped them and fled when the tenant returned. The suspect has still not been indentified.
On March 27th, a burglary in the 300 block of Ano Nuevo involved a suspect who had allegedly cased an apartment complex before entering through an open window and stealing jewelry.
On March 28th at around 10 AM, in the 700 block of Saranac, a suspect forced open a siding glass door and made off with jewelry and cash.
A short time later, another burglary of a similar nature occurred in the 1600 block of Eagle. That same day, another occurred in the 600 block of E. Duane.