Deputies: Suspects burglarize several businesses in Canyon Country

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Deputies made three arrests and set up a containment for a final suspect who fled from them after burglary reports of several businesses along Golden Valley Road, according to law enforcement officials. 

According to Deputy Natalie Arriaga, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station spokeswoman, they received reports of a grand theft that occurred at a business on the 26500 block of Carl Boyer Drive in Canyon Country at approximately 5:39 p.m. Monday.  

It was reported four males entered a business and stole a large amount of clothing, Arriaga said. The four suspects entered a vehicle and left the location. 

At approximately 6 p.m., deputies received another call from a business on the 19200 block of Golden Valley Road in Canyon Country where four males entered the business and stole a large quantity of alcohol. 

Again, they left in a vehicle, added Arriaga. During the investigation, deputies witnessed the same four male suspects run out of a Kohl’s after burglarizing the business.  

Deputies were able to arrest three of the four suspects on suspicion of grand theft. However, one suspect fled on foot.  

Deputies set up a containment around the area to search for the suspect. 

At approximately 8 p.m., Arriaga confirmed deputies arrested three juveniles. However, the fourth suspect remains outstanding. At this time the investigation remains ongoing. 

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