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Police looking for victims of Burbank burglary, street robbery

Police are asking for the victims in a residential burglary and street robbery to come forward now that two juveniles were arrested on suspicion of stolen property.

On April 25, police arrested two juveniles for an alleged residential burglary that took place April 23 near Grismer Avenue that was not reported to police, Officer Joshua Kendrick said. Police recovered a gaming system, jewelry and cellular phones.

Police also determined a street robbery occurred on Kenneth Road when a cellular phone was stolen on April 25, Kendrick said.

The juveniles are in their late teens, Kendrick said. They are described as male, about five feet, five inches tall, weighing 130 pounds, Hispanic and with black hair.


Anyone who may have witnessed suspicious activity or has any information is asked to call Burbank Police at (818) 238-3000 or Det. Henry Garay at (818) 238-3263.

-- Maria Hsin, Times Community News

Twitter: @mariahsin