News headline from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department:
Beginning in early March, the city of Calimesa and neighboring city of Yucaipa have fallen victim to a rash of vehicle burglaries from residential areas. These burglaries were from both locked and unlocked vehicles, where several vehicle windows were broken to gain entry. Items stolen consisted of wallets and purses, money, stereo equipment, banking and checking cards, and other miscellaneous items.
Toward the end of March, an unknown suspect began cashing stolen and forged checks at banks in both Calimesa and Yucaipa. These transactions were caught on video surveillance and a flyer was made using still frames from these recordings in an attempt to capture the suspect.
Through further investigation, detectives were able to positively identify a suspect, Shawn Green (pictured top right), 34, of Yucaipa. Green is described as a white male, 5′-8″ tall, 160 lbs, with short blonde hair and blue eyes.
On May 3rd, a search warrant was served at Green’s home, located in the 34000 block of County Line Road in Yucaipa. During the search, police recovered several stolen items taken in recent vehicle burglaries.
Green has been linked to at least 8 to 10 vehicle burglaries in both cities.
Green was not present at the residence during the search warrant, and remains at large.
A second suspect has been identified and is a known associate of suspect Shawn Green. Sharilynn Castle (pictured below right), 27, of Yucaipa, is also wanted in connection with these vehicle burglaries and also has a felony warrant issued for her arrest related to possession of dangerous drugs.
Castle is described as a white female, 5′-7″ tall, 155 lbs, with dyed black hair and hazel eyes. She, too, remains at large.
This investigation is active and ongoing. Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Deputy Chris Ternes at 951-922-7100, or 800-950-2444, or email to CabazonStation@RiversideSheriff.org
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Monday, May 7, 2012
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