Vehicle Crashes Into Holiday Market in Burglary

On Thursday, 06/11/2020, at approximately 0300 hours, deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for service regarding a vehicle ramming through the front wall of Holiday Market in Palo Cedro.

An employee of the business was working inside when this occurred and observed two masked men exit the vehicle after it drove through the exterior wall near the front entrance. When the employee saw the men enter the building, the employee ran away from them and contacted law enforcement. At some point while deputies were driving to the location, the subjects who entered the business left in the vehicle they used to gain entry. The employee was not harmed during the incident. At this time, it is unknown what items were taken from the business.

The incident was captured on security cameras. The vehicle used to drive through the exterior wall appears to be an early 2000’s, white colored, Nissan Frontier pickup truck. The vehicle sustained damage to the rear end and rear passenger side of the bed after driving through the wall. The suspects involved in this incident were described as two, white male adults and approximately six foot tall. The driver of the vehicle was wearing a blue colored bandana and blue colored sweatshirt. The passenger of the vehicle was wearing a gray colored hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, and white colored K-Swiss brand tennis shoes.

This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information regarding, or knowledge of this incident, is encouraged to contact the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office at 530-245-6540.

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