Two Unidentified Burglars Steal Cash and Cannabis in Ukiah

The following is a press release issued by the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office:

On 09-29-2020 at 5:07 PM the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office received a telephone call from a homeowner who resides in the 6000 block of Elledge Ranch Road in Ukiah, California.

The homeowner reported they had remotely witnessed, from a home security camera system, two suspects force entry into their home.

The homeowner also reported there was a 13 year-old male inside the home alone.  This juvenile male immediately hid inside the residence as a result.

Deputies arrived at the residence approximately 12 minutes later and contacted the homeowner who had arrived at the home just prior to their arrival.  A search of the home and property was unsuccessful in locating the suspects.

During a scene investigation it was determined the suspects stole over $50,000.00 in US currency and an undetermined amount of processed/packaged marijuana.

The suspects were described as wearing dark clothing, facial masks and fled on foot after the burglary.  The suspects were believed to have later left the area in a blue or green Toyota Corolla sedan.

Deputies are conducting ongoing investigations into the reported burglary at this time.

Categories: Crime

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  1. If somebody found it, it wasnt hidden, if it wasnt hidden then you deserve to loose it.

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