Canyon High thief still on the Loose
Local sheriff’s deputies are still on the lookout for the burglar who broke into Canyon High School and made off with $600 in cafeteria sales money plus keys to a 7-UP vending machine no longer in use.
After reviewing surveillance footage, deputies with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station have a number of suspects in mind.
A week ago, deputies reported that a video camera set up inside the school’s Associated Student Body office caught a young man breaking into the school on Nadal Street, in Canyon Country. The break-in happened Tuesday at about 2:45 a.m.
In the report by the deputy, the suspect tried unsuccessfully to push the window open with his bare hands. Following the attempt, he tried to pry the window open with an unknown tool.
The deputy goes on to write that the suspect enters the ASB office by sliding his body over the stainless steel countertop through the open window.
He also reports that the suspect is seen in a crouched position, using a flash light as he rifles through several file cabinets and the desktop and seen putting items in his pants pockets.
At 2:53 a.m., the burglar trips the school’s motion detector and triggers the alarm and “quickly exits through the same window,” the deputy reported.
By monitoring cameras placed outside of the school’s buildings, the suspect is seen walking east across school property.
After the school officials determined what had been taken, they told deputies that keys were also taken for “old 7-UP machines that were no longer at the school.”
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