Police responded to a residential alarm around 8 p.m. and found that someone had smashed a glass door and rummaged through a master bedroom closet. There is no estimate on the value of the stolen belongings.
Police said the possible suspect car is a silver Audi sedan.
Atherton Police said there was about a 10-minute delay before the alarm company notified police of the alarm. Residents are asked to consider having their alarm systems monitored for free by its dispatch center by calling 650-688-6500.
The only other residential burglary of the year took place on the same block of Polhemus Avenue on the evening of Friday, Jan. 13.
Police ask anyone who lives around Polhemus Avenue to check their surveillance video and report any possible leads to 650-688-6500.
Police arrest six for allegedly buying minors alcohol
Menlo Park police officers and agents of the California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) arrested six people for allegedly furnishing alcohol to minors in an undercover operation, officers announced on Sunday, Feb. 19.
In the operation, a minor would stand in front of a liquor store under the supervision of law enforcement and ask adults to buy them alcohol because they cannot.
Officers arrested and issued citations to adults who agreed to purchase the minor alcohol.
The operation was funded by an ABC grant as part of the police department's Alcohol Partnership Program.
—Bay City News Service
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