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Three Men Wanted in Connection to Two Mill Valley Burglaries

Three men are suspected of committing two residential burglaries in Mill Valley Tuesday morning, a Marin County sheriff's lieutenant said.

A woman who lives in one of the residences in the Homestead Valley area of Mill Valley interrupted the burglary when she returned home around 10 a.m., Lt. Jamie Scardina said.

The three black male suspects were stealing her jewelry and electronics when she interrupted them, Scardina said.

 One of the suspects demanded the woman's cellphone at gunpoint before the three men fled in a green Volvo, Scardina said.

 Deputies responded at 10:35 a.m. and learned during their investigation that another residence on Reed Street also was burglarized, Scardina said. No one was home during that burglary.

 The suspects are in their 20s, thin and about 5 feet 8 inches. All three were wearing dark clothing, Scardina said.

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Dee January 31, 2014 at 07:33 PM
Check your headline. BIG typo. Not BUGlaries, BURGlaries. I'm sorry Patch but you've gone to pot. I don't think I'll be visiting you anymore.
Citizen February 01, 2014 at 02:54 AM
The people reporting Mill Valley area stories are getting further and further away. This person lives in Texas.
Citizen Too February 01, 2014 at 01:34 PM
AOL has been "kind" enough to fire the local staff, so we don't have anyone from our area reporting. And, since the City offices like to use the Patch to transfer information of importance to the community and assume it's the way to do so, this will be very interesting.

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