The Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a series of Blackhawk burglaries, three of which occurred last Friday.
The most recent home break-ins took place on the 4400 block of Deer Ridge Road, 4500 block of Kingswood Drive and Deer Creek Lane, all of which are backed up along the Blackhawk Country Club Falls Course golf course, which detectives believe to be the entry point to the residences, according to the sheriff’s office.
None of the homeowners were present during the times of the burglaries, according to the sheriff's office.
These three burglaries last week brought the total number to eight in Blackhawk since May and all cases are being actively investigated by the sheriff’s office, which released grainy photos Thursday, depicting suspects from at least one of the burglaries.
Anyone with any information on the identity of the suspects or on these cases is asked to contact the sheriff's Investigation Division at (925) 335-2600.
For any tips, call (866) 846-3592 to leave an anonymous voice message or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sheriff's office also reminded all residents to lock their doors and windows, use alarm systems if they have one and to report any suspicious people to law enforcement.