San Mateo County Sheriff’s officials have named a female suspect linked to several auto burglaries in various San Mateo County coastal cities in the past few months, a San Mateo County sheriff’s deputy said. Jennifer Leigh Prince, 42, has been identified as a suspect in several car burglaries and vehicle thefts in coastal communities in San Mateo County, Deputy Rebecca Rosenblatt said.
Several of the incidents have involved break-ins at homes following vehicle break-ins or thefts, according to Rosenblatt. Prince is known to have been in the company of either a white or Hispanic male while committing her crimes and has been seen driving several different vehicle makes and models, according to Rosenblatt. If citizens see Prince, sheriff’s officials ask that they do not approach or confront her.
Rosenblatt said deputies have been handing out fliers at coastal cities with photos of Prince and her information in hopes of tracking her down. Anyone with information, including descriptions of clothing, associates or vehicle information connected to Prince, is asked to call the sheriff’s office anonymous witness line at
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