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* Julio Miguel Razzeto, Henry Lopez-Guerra, Beryi Chris Buiza and Pedro Paulo Napuri arested in San mateo on auto burglary charges

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San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies arrested four men suspected of trying to burglarize a car in the Gray Whale Cove State Beach parking lot Saturday afternoon. Deputies spotted three of the men around a gray Toyota 4Runner in the parking lot at about 10:20 a.m. while doing a routine check of the area, sheriff’s Lt. Ray Lunny said.Two were peering into the SUV from the passenger and driver’s side windows, and the third was standing near the rear of the car facing the other way, appearing to be a lookout, Lunny said.When the deputies approached them, the men quickly got into a burgundy Toyota Corolla parked next to the 4Runner with a fourth man behind the wheel, Lunny said.The car took off and the deputies followed and pulled over the Corolla at the Montara State Beach parking lot.The men claimed they were tourists doing some sightseeing, but the deputies recognized two of the men as suspects in burglaries in Pacifica and at the Serramonte Shopping Center in Daly City, Lunny said.A records check revealed that three of the men, 42-year-old Julio Miguel Razzeto, 54-year-old Henry Lopez-Guerra and 35-year-old Beryi Chris Buiza, had outstanding warrants in San Mateo County for burglary, theft and unauthorized use of another person’s identification, Lunny said.They were arrested, along with 27-year-old Pedro Paulo Napuri, on suspicion of attempted burglary, conspiracy, the outstanding warrant charges and immigration holds, Lunny said.

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