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Burglary suspects arrested, stolen property viewing on Wednesday

Three people were arrested on April 3, including Diego Aguirre of Victorville, and brothers Juan and J. Trinidad Castillo of Corona. The 3 individuals are suspected in more than 20 residential burglaries over the last 4 months in Chino Hills alone.

During the search warrant, property was recovered from a residential burglary reported on February 7 at a home in the 200 block of Villanova in Claremont.

Detectives from the Claremont Police Department, along with those from Upland, Rancho Cucamonga and Chino, assisted San Bernardino County Sheriff’s detectives out of the Chino Hills sub-station on a 3-location search warrant in the cities of Victorville, Fontana and Corona.

Claremont detectives are continuing to compare stolen property from burglary reports in Claremont with the property that was located in the search warrants.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is holding a viewing of all the recovered property tomorrow, Wednesday, April 10, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Chino Hills Sheriff’s substation. Claremont Detective Isaac Reyes will be in attendance to assist any Claremont victims. Burglary victims are asked to bring a copy of the police report or to have the report number to help officers identify possible stolen property.

Claremont police note that there is no evidence to suggest that suspect Aguirre was involved in any thefts from vehicles or automobile burglaries, only residential (home) burglaries. Detective Reyes can be contacted at 399-5423.

The San Bernardino Sheriff’s substation is located at 14077 Peyton Dr., Chino Hills.

For information, San Bernardino Sheriff’s may be reached at 364-2000.

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