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South San Francisco Police Seeking Five Suspects In Attempted Home Burglary On Longford Drive

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South San Francisco police are seeking five suspects who tried to burglarize a home by shattering its rear sliding glass door on Monday morning.

The attempted burglary was reported at about 11:05 a.m. Monday in the 200 block of Longford Drive.

Three suspects smashed the rear glass door but were scared off by the homeowner. They entered a newer model, gray Honda CRV that had two people already inside and fled, police said.

Police are investigating whether the suspects may be connected to a second burglary around the same time in the 200 block of Southcliff Avenue. The suspects in that case also entered the residence by shattering the rear sliding glass door, according to police.

The suspects in the Longford Drive case were described as black males between 17 and 25 years old who were about 5 feet 6 to 5 feet 9 inches tall with thin builds and were all wearing black hooded sweaters or jackets and dark jeans, police said.

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