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    Trio with punk hairdos behind theater burglary?

    Admitted burglar provides new details about June Palo Alto Children's Theatre burglary that led to financial-crimes investigation

    Admitted burglar Abraham Esquivias Torres says two young men with punk-style hairdos and dressed like skaters and a young woman with multi-colored hair — apparently familiar with the inside of Palo Alto Children's Theatre — initiated the fateful theater burglary at about 1 a.m. Monday, June 18, the Weekly has learned.

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    Posted by Deep Throat
    a resident of another community
    on May 2, 2008 at 2:49 pm

    So where are the police artist sketches of the three suspects identified by Torres?

    If Torres can keep his story straight about the physical description of the three suspects who initiated the Children's Theater burglary, then they are prime candidates for the theft of the theater equipment, and the police should be distributing sketches of them.

    Surely, with all the people connected with the theater, somebody would be able to identify the three people Torres claims he met at the park, if only the police had asked Torres what they looked like and Torres remembers what description he gave the police the last time they asked him.


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    Posted by Unreliable Witness
    a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
    on May 4, 2008 at 3:31 pm

    Deep Throat, Torres is a convicted criminal why would you believe anything is says? This guy could be making up any kind of story he wants. The description of his so call accomplices sounds like a complete fabrication. For all we know they might have been regularly looking guys with no dyed hair.


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