Written by AARON CASTREJON
LA HABRA - Detectives from La Habra Police and the Sheriff’s Industry Station are investigating three suspects accused of being involved in a Hacienda Heights home invasion robbery Tuesday.
After Industry detectives identified a stolen vehicle they believe was used in the home invasion robbery, they learned La Habra officers had the vehicle and were searching for the suspects, according to Lt. James Long of the Sheriff’s Industry Station.
La Habra officers found a stolen gold 2008 Acura at a Chevron ExtraMile, 110 S. Harbor Blvd., before Noon. It is believed to be the same car seen fleeing the area of the home invasion, according to Sgt. Jose Rocha of the La Habra Police Department.
Three suspects fled the Acura when La Habra officers attempted to contact them, setting off a containment search, Rocha said.
Two 17-year-olds and an 18-year-old were found and taken into custody without further incident, Rocha said.
There was property inside the Acura that detectives are working to link to the Hacienda Heights home invasion, Rocha said.
The home invasion occurred around 10:30 a.m. in the 16000 block of Santa Bianca Drive Tuesday. Three suspects, one of them reported armed, entered a window and took $300 in cash, according to Sgt. David Cortinas of the Sheriff’s Industry Station.
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Written by AARON CASTREJON | CityWatch Editor
REGION – La Habra Police are investigating an incident February 9 in which a man tried to lure a girl twice, police said.
The incident occurred around 9 a.m. in the area of Idaho Street and Whittier Boulevard. The man drove up to the girl in a lifted dark grey Ford truck and tried to get her inside, but she refused. The suspect fled the area and returned about an hour later, this time in a faded Honda Civic and tried to lure her in again, La Habra Police said.
The suspect is a Hispanic man, approximately 30 years old, has short black hair – similar to a buzz cut. He wore a grey/blue jacket and white tank top. He had visible tattoos on his right arm.
The lifted grey truck sported oversized tires, La Habra Police said.
Anyone with information on the suspect is urged to call La Habra Police Detective Nick Baclit at email@example.com. Reference case number 18-756.