General Crime

* Pizza Restaurant Owner Interrupts Scott’s Valley Burglary

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A manager at a pizza restaurant in Scotts Valley stopped a burglary in progress when he arrived at work on Saturday morning, police said. At about 6:40 a.m., the manager of Tony and Alba’s Pizza arrived at the business and discovered someone inside, according to Scotts Valley police. When the manager opened the front door, the suspect ran through the restaurant and climbed through a window to get away, police said.

The suspect had removed a large glass windowpane at the rear of the business to get inside. Nothing was taken during the burglary, and no one was injured. The would-be burglar left behind a cargo bag filled with burglary tools, including a power saw and power grinders, police said.

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