A would-be burglar and his accomplice were interrupted last week when a resident heard them breaking into his San Bruno home, police said. Police responded to a house in the 3600 block of Timor Court around 2 p.m. Friday after a resident called to report finding an intruder in the home. He told police he had heard a loud noise, and when he went to investigate, he encountered a stranger.
The intruder was entering the home through a rear second-story window with an accomplice who had not yet made it inside, according to police. The two fled after seeing the resident, police said. The first suspect is described as a Hispanic man about 30 years old standing 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing roughly 180 pounds, with black hair.
He was wearing jeans and a light-colored shirt. The second suspect has a similar description but was wearing shorts. While police were investigating that burglary, a resident of the 3500 block of Bering Drive also called to report a daytime burglary. San Bruno police are advising residents to keep their doors and windows locked and to report any suspicious people or activity by calling
(650) 616-7100 or 911.
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