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Cat burglar strikes Lake Forest neighborhood

The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warning about a string of recent house burglaries that have occurred in the Lake Forest neighborhood.

At least 10 residential burglaries have taken place in unincorporated Lake Oswego, in the area east of Interstate 5 from Carmen Drive to Childs Road that borders Waluga Park.

The first burglary occurred around March 13. After that, the burglaries appeared to stop. But starting May 23, several more burglaries were reported, the most recent on June 5.

The burglaries took place during the night or early-morning hours. In most cases, the suspects entered through unlocked rear sliding doors and took electronics, furniture, tools and other items.

The Sheriff's Office asks anyone who witnesses suspicious activity in the area — such as unfamiliar vehicles or people in the area — to call the non-emergency line at 503-655-8211.

The public can also contact the Sheriff’s Office using the CCSO Tip Line, by phone at 503-723-4949 or by using the new online email form here.

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