A bizarre trio of burglaries at The Americana apartment complez has the Mountain View Police Department considering a possible connection.
All took place on Tuesday, May 8.
"We are certainly looking into the obvious likelihood that these are all related," said Liz Wylie, Mountain View Police Department spokewoman. "Investigations in progress with detectives."
The first reported occurred on a third floor unit at one of the several buildings at 707 Continental Circle apartment complex between 9:50 a.m. and 7 p.m.
The victims a 30-year-old male and a 29-year-old female had a Macbook Pro worth about $2000, a Vaio laptop worth about $2000, a Playstation 3 worth about $300, a Citizen watch worth about $475, an iTouch worth about $250 and other various jewelry pieces and clothes stolen from their unit.
According the Wylie the victims had locked their front door, the only access point, when they left in the morning. However, when they returned home, they found it unlocked with no sign of forced entry, and the items gone.
The second burglary may have occurred between 9:45 p.m and 7 p.m and only small electronic items may have been stolen. Details of this incident are not yet available.
On another third floor unit the victims, a 31-year-old female and a 30-year-old male, had a Macbook Pro valued at $2800, MacBook valued at $1400 and an Ausprey hiking backpack valued at $120 stolen.
Similar to the other, these victims left in the morning and locked their door, the only access point to the unit. When they came home, they found the items missing with no sign of forced entry.
Though in 2011 the Mountain View Police Department registered a very low number of burglaries, by the end of March 2012 .