Burglars enter Pasadena home through doggie door

PASADENA — Police are seeking four young men who burglarized a Pasadena home by breaking in through a doggie door Friday afternoon.
The crime took place about 1 p.m. at a home in the 900 block of North Madison Avenue, Pasadena police Lt. Jason Clawson said.
Four burglars entered the home through a doggie door and helped themselves to electronics and other valuables, he said.
But a nearby security camera captured images of the burglars, the lieutenant said.
All four were Latino and between 16 and 20 years old, he said.
One wore a black short sleeve shirt and silver and black plaid shorts. The second wore a gray hat with a black rim and a hooded sweat shirt. The third wore a black beanie and a black T-shirt. No further description of the fourth burglar was available.
Clawson recommended the installation of security cameras, saying they are valuable tools for investigation which increase security not only for the home where they are installed, but for the surrounding neighborhood.

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