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Police warn of burglar targeting homes along Shea Blvd

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -

Scottsdale Police are warning residents about a home burglar who is striking residences between Shea Blvd and Mountain View Road, from 108th Street to 128th Street.

Since December of 2012 until the beginning of February, 10 homes have been burglarized. The burglar entered the home from the backyard either by smashing a rear window or twice opening an unlocked door.

No one was home when the burglaries took place. Scottsdale Police believe the suspect or suspects have been watching the homes to make sure the resident has left.

The suspect is mainly targeting valuables in the master bedroom.

The areas hit:

12600 block of E Turquoise Av
12600 block of E Cochise Dr
11100 block of E Gold Dust
11100 block of E Gold Dust Av
10400 block of N 119th Pl
12000 block of E Gold Dust Av
10300 block of N 108th Pl
11700 block of E Arabian Park Dr
11700 block of E Estrella Av
11700 block of E Arabian Park Dr

Scottsdale Police are reminding residents not to leave jewelry in plain view and to keep valuables in a safe. They also suggest having a home alarm, motion sensor lights, and gates that can lock.

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