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Daily Watch Notes 04082016 and News Story About Tree Trimming Scam

Good Morning All,

Here are the latest property crimes for the NE Area Command.

3 Auto Thefts – 8900 blk of Gutierrez, 1400 blk of Pennsylvania, 3000 blk of Menaul.

Vehicles stolen were Honda’s, Jeeps, and Trailers.

7 Auto Burglaries – 3200 blk of Lafayette, 5000 blk of Cutler, 2900 blk of General Chennault, 3800 blk of Menaul, 7900 blk of Eagle Rock, 3400 blk of Prospect, 2500 blk of University.

Points of entry were listed as unlocked doors and broken windows. Items taken were passports, GPS equipment, clothing, purses, Social Security Cards, wallets, cameras, tool bags, and phone chargers.

3 Residential Burglaries – 7600 blk of Florence Pl, 8400 blk of Calle Soquelle, 5700 blk of Euclid.

Points of entry were listed as front windows and front doors. Items taken were listed as gaming systems, laptops, and various small miscellaneous items.

LOCAL NEWS FEATURE ABOUT TREE TRIMMING SCAM

As you may recall, we posted an alert on a tree trimming scam that we were advised about by one of our community members last week. One of our local news stations ran a story on the scam last night and spoke to both myself as well as the tree trimming service. A link is provided below. The reason we are posting this is as a reminder that solicitors in the city are required to have a permit provided by the City of Albuquerque and they must produce it on their visit if asked to do so. As you will see by the story, this person was not an employee of the reputable tree trimming service here in Albuquerque. It was verified with them that this individual was not their employee. A reminder was also sent yesterday in reference to Door to Door solicitors with safety tips and requirements for them. Remember to come by and pick up a No Solicitor sign from one of our substations!

Click on the link below to see the story.

Tree trim scammer working parts of Albuquerque

As always, please feel free to contact our area command should you have any questions or concerns at 823-4455. Thank you!