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Woodside: Car windows smashed at equine therapy center

 

Deputies don't yet have a suspect in the case of two Jan. 19 auto burglaries on the grounds of the National Center for Equine-Facilitated Therapy at 880 Runnymede Road in Woodside.

In both incidents, someone entered the vehicles by smashing windows, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. The burglar stole a purse, wallet and personal items from one vehicle, but it's not known what, if anything, was stolen from the other.

Estimated losses are $800 in total for damages to the windows of both vehicles, deputies said. Losses from stolen goods have yet to be made public.

Dave Boyce

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Posted by CC
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on Jan 27, 2016 at 9:57 am

Thank you Prop. 47 supporters for the huge spike in this kind of crime.


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