Persons of interest, suspect sought in Foothills burglary string - Tucson News Now

Persons of interest, suspect sought in Foothills burglary string

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pima County Sheriff's Department is looking for suspects in a series of burglaries happening in the Foothills area, near Orange Grove and First Ave.

According to PCSD there have been three burglaries in the last two weeks, and all have happened during daylight hours - from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

PCSD believes two people - Holly Ann Houlton and Jacob Gonzales have information on this string of burglaries happening in the Shadow Hills area.  Surveillance video, from an incident two weeks ago shows a man ringing the doorbell and eventually taking out a crowbar and breaking into the home.  In one of the burglaries a victim came face to face with the suspect.

There are steps that PCSD has said will help the public to not be a victim - the first is to keep all doors and windows locked and another is to take part in a neighborhood watch program, or if there is not one in the neighborhood - start one. 

PCSD is asking if anyone has information about this case or person of interest to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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