Another residential burglary, this one on Watkins Avenue and reported on March 30, resulted in losses estimated at $2,200 from the theft of items that included a flat screen TV, a spice rack, a clothes hamper, an Apple iPod touch, and an Apple Powerbook, police said.
In another incident reported on March 29, a witness told police that three men were seen lifting a hydraulic chisel, valued at $7,500, into a white pickup truck on Atherton Avenue near Monte Vista Avenue.
The chisel had fallen from a passing equipment trailer and its owner had later returned to the scene but could not locate it, police said. The witness described the men lifting the chisel as of Hispanic ethnicity, one in his 40s and the other two in their 20s, police said.
Meanwhile, that same day at a construction site on Fair Oaks Avenue, someone stole tools valued at $6,500, including a gas-powered hammer, two nail guns and a rebar cutter, police said.
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