San Ramon police Thursday released a photograph depicting a "vehicle of interest" in an ongoing investigation into a residential burglary reported late last month.
Investigators said the resident saw the SUV parked across the street from her home when leaving in the morning, after which someone got into the house and stole jewelry and iPads, according to a social media post by the police department Thursday afternoon.
The incident occurred some time between 9:15 a.m. and 3:55 p.m. Aug. 28 on Wrangler Road, located near Diablo Vista Park and the intersection of Crow Canyon and Dougherty roads, police said.
The culprit or culprits reportedly entered the home through an unlocked rear sliding door, stealing the items but not ransacking the residence.
The resident told police she left her home around 9:15 a.m. that day and noticed a small-sized SUV, likely a Nissan Rogue, parked across the street with a male occupant inside. The driver-side window had a partially removed florescent orange sticker, possibly indicating the SUV was recently tagged with a "72-hour notice" sticker, police said.
The vehicle was spotted on a neighbor's video surveillance system, from which police pulled a still photograph to release to the public.
Anyone with information about the SUV or the incident can contact San Ramon police detective Rob Ransom at 973-2715 or email@example.com.