Just after Livermore Patch reported that a burglar had eluded Livermore Police Wednesday morning, two more burglaries took place. Livermore Police believe the burglaries to all have been committed by the same suspect.
"The suspect descriptions are all exactly the same," Livermore Police Spokeswoman Traci Rebiejo said.
Along with the initial suspect, who is described as a Hispanic juvenile, stocky, about 200 pounds wearing a white shirt, blue jeans, white shoes, a second suspect is being described as a white male in his 20s wearing a gray sweatshirt.
Two cars associated with the crimes have been identified. One is described as a small, white car and the other a black car, possibly a Honda.
The two burglaries took place on Woodrose Way and Austen Way.
One of the two additional burglary victims was home when her door was knocked in.
"Three male suspects on foot approached the residence. One clambered over the back fence. One knocked on the door. When there was no answer, they broke in," said Michelle Allum. "Another suspect pulled up in a car and they loaded the vehicle up and were gone in a span of just a few minutes."
Livermore Police took a report and another neighbor had a surveillance camera that captured the men and car, make, model and plate number, Allum said. The tape was given to police.
"We've received a large volume of calls from residents today and really appreciate it," Rebiejo said. "We need all the help we can get from the community."
If you have any information, contact Traci Rebiejo at 925-580-9665.