City of Ukiah, California

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Press Release Case# 12-2424

On 8/27/2012 at about 7:50 am Detectives from the Ukiah Police Department responded to the Ukiah High School, for a reported burglary that had occurred. Through investigation it was discovered that sometime between 6 pm August 26th and 6:30 am August 27th forcible entry was made into two locked conex containers and a locked fenced area near the welding shop. Numerous items were stolen including 8 new Kohler gas lawnmower type engines; which are used by students in auto shop. A Dewalt 14" metal chop saw, a portable air compressor grey in color, two welding helmets, a leather welding jack, and a Dell computer tower was also taken. Attached is a photo of what the stolen lawnmower engines would look like. Additionally, forcible entry was made to numerous student lockers.

If anyone has information on this burglary please contact Detective Sergeant David McQueary at 463-6249 or Detective Rick Pintane at 463-5770.

Download: Press Release 12-2424

Safety · Professionalism · Community Service