Two of three suspects who
allegedly forced their way into a Wildomar home and burglarized the residence
Friday morning are being sought by police, a sergeant has announced.
The suspects, described as three black male adults, forced their way into the residence in the 33000 block of Wilson Street around 10 a.m., according to sheriff’s Sgt. Ken Chaffin.
A neighbor reported the incident and when police arrived on scene they were able to collar one of the suspects, but the other two fled.
Police allegedly found stolen items as they made the arrest, including a pillowcase containing a jewelry box and jewelry, as well as two laptop computers.
The victim, who was not at her Wildomar residence during the incident, was contacted at her place work by police. She returned home to identify the property as her own, according to the sergeant.
“The recovered property value was estimated to be in excess of $2,000,” Chaffin reported.
The one suspect who was captured at the scene was identified as Ronald Dawayne Taylor, 21, of Hawthorne. He was subsequently booked into Southwest Detention Center on suspicion of burglary, the sergeant reported.
“The two outstanding suspects have yet to be identified,” Chaffin continued. “The investigation is ongoing. Anyone having information regarding this matter is encouraged to contact Officer Melendez, at the Wildomar Police Department, by calling (951) 245-3300.”