By Wes Woods II, Staff Writer
CLAREMONT — Claremont police are looking for information about an early Monday morning commercial burglary at a Chevron on Indian Hill Boulevard.
According to a Claremont Chamber of Commerce crime alert, officers went to an alarm call and found cash taken from a register and cigarettes stolen from a behind-the-counter display.
The front doors of the station, at 267 S. Indian Hill, were pried open and from video police are looking for a man with a dark jacket/sweater, dark beanie, blue jeans and black boots.
If anyone has information about the incident, they are asked to contact the Claremont Police Department at 909-399-5411.
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The Los Angeles County Fire Department will conduct active shooter training on Jan. 16, 17 and 18 at Scripps College.
The fire department, in coordination with the Claremont Police Department, will hold the training between 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., according to the city manager’s weekly update.
Training will include personnel from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Special Enforcement Bureau, several local Los Angeles County Fire Stations and the Claremont Police Department.
Included in the training will be the use of fire department and sheriff’s department helicopters, role-players and local ambulances.
The reason for the training is for the fire department’s handling, treatment and removal of casualties from an active shooter scene, according to the weekly update.
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