Efforts by four men attempting to break into a Burlingame home were thwarted Friday morning when a resident called police resulting in the arrest of two, Burlingame Police said.
A resident on the 2100 block of Easton Drive noticed a group of suspicious men in a neighbor’s backyard around 10:55 a.m. Friday morning, according to a press release from the Burlingame Police Department. Not recognizing the men, she called the police.
Officers responding found four subjects fleeing on foot.
They eventually caught two of them and found evidence of another B'game burglary in their possession. Here's hoping they get the rest of them. Neighbors watching out for neighbors is key to stopping this crime wave. I have heard of a few more since May. Some of the simple things like picking up newspapers for vacationing neighbors will help, but nothing beats eyes on the streets and backyards.