Four Residential Burglaries on the 4th of July

Posted Thu, 07/06/2017 - 4:06pm

The Lake Oswego Police Department is looking for the public’s help.

Between July 4th, 2017 and July 5th, 2017 four separate residential burglaries occurred in Lake Oswego. Two of the residences were occupied by the home owner at the time of the burglaries which scared the suspect(s) off.  Suspects entered through unlocked doors/windows.

One suspect is identified as a white female adult about 20-30 years old, 5’5” tall, 130 pounds, long brown hair with severe Acne. She left the scene in a white Acura sedan driven by an unknown male.

The second suspect is identified as a Hispanic male, about 5’7” tall, 140 pounds, pencil thin mustache. He may be associated with a newer gray Chevy pick-up.

We ask anyone who might have seen anything suspicious at the time to contact the Lake Oswego Police Department at 503-635-0238, as they may have information which could help our investigation.


As the summer approaches, it may be tempting to leave windows or doors open to keep cool, but it is also important that people remember to secure your property. This time of year can increase the number of opportunist burglaries, where criminals take advantage of homeowners who have left windows, patio doors and doors ajar.