Placer County Sheriff’s Office looking for red Chevy Tahoe with sticker ad
PLACER COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL) – The Placer County Sheriff’s Office says deputies are currently looking for a red Chevrolet Tahoe with a sticker on the side and rear windows.
The SUV is a 2002 model year and the decals on the windows read “Affordable dent repair”, according to deputies.
According to the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office, the Tahoe was used in a suspected burglary in Esparto on March 22.
In that incident, Yolo County deputies said the suspects spoke to an owner about purchasing a vehicle that was not for sale. During the conversation, the sheriff’s office said one of the suspects entered the house and stole a large sum of money.
Authorities later identified the suspects as Steve John, 49, of Sacramento and his son Anthony John, as they were identified driving a red Chevy Tahoe with the same “Affordable Rent Repair” sticker.
Steve John was arrested for his alleged involvement in numerous scams and burglaries within his son in Yolo, Sacramento and Placer counties.
Yolo County deputies said Anthony John’s age was unknown and he would be out of state with an outstanding term.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office urges anyone who believes they were approached by someone associated with the red Chevy Tahoe between April and May to contact Detective Stokes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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