EPD Warning of Suspicious Woman
About five calls for service relating to suspicious activity and/or residential burglaries came into the Eureka Police Department communications center on 05/04/15 between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. All calls came within the 2400 and 2900 blocks of D-N Streets.
In most of the cases it appeared entry was attempted or made through rear alley gates and rear windows to the residence. In one case a suspicious female knocked on the front door asking about flowers and appeared to be looking into the residence. The homeowner later found all rear gates unsecured.
A similar suspect description was provided in several of these cases. The suspect is believed to be a white female adult, 18-22 years old, 5’5” to 5’7”, thin build. The female was wearing a black knit beanie with a pink knit flower, leopard print leggings, black knee high boots, and a large backpack.
Please call the Eureka Police Department at (707) 441-4044 if you have any information related to these incidents or if you see anyone suspicious in your neighborhood. You can visit Chief Mills’ latest blog post for tips on how to minimize your chances of victimization. https://eurekapolice.wordpress.com/
The female in the surveillance is believed to be the female involved in the recent residential burglaries and other suspicious activities on 05/04/15. This surveillance was taken in the early morning hours while she checked residences near the 1700 block of I Street. It appears she is working with a partner in a vehicle.
In the surveillance she has a leopard print backpack.