Authorities search for burglar in Alamo break-in

Detectives release photos, video reportedly depicting culprit

The Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office has asked for the public's help in identifying a suspect involved in a residential burglary earlier this month in Alamo.

The burglary occurred on July 5 at a residence in the 500 block of Neely Court, located just north of Livorna Park.

Detectives said the suspect, described as a younger white male driving a black SUV, parked his vehicle in the driveway and entered the residence through a back window.

The suspect took several items including electronics, utensils and jewelry, according to the sheriff's office. In all, the suspect stole more than $12,000 in property.

Investigators, who Thursday released photographs and surveillance video related to the case, said the suspect might also have been involved in other burglaries in the Alamo area.

Anyone with information about the case or the identity of the suspect is asked to call the sheriff's office at 313-2647. Tips can also be emailed to and anonymous tips can be called in to (866) 846-3592.

— Bay City News Service


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There must be some mistake -- HE certainly doesn't look like the President ...

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