Forest Service asks for Public’s Help to Identify Suspected Burglar

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On Saturday night July 22nd a suspect is believed to have burglarized government vehicles located at a Forest Service facility at Shasta Lake. Several thousand dollars of equipment and tools were stolen. The Forest Service is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspected burglar shown in the surveillance video. If anyone has any information, please contact Forest Service Law Enforcement at (530) 242-5508.

-from press release
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2 Responses

  1. Avatar K. Beck says:

    Might be helpful if the surveillance surveilled the actual equipment. Odd camera placement, no? Is it the same person who took off his shirt, or are there two people there?…probably threw down his cigarette butt, might be good DNA there if he has a record.

  2. Avatar Joanne Lobeski Snyder says:

    Good idea K. Beck.  I can’t see the video at all.