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El Dorado Sheriff’s Need Your Help For Pair of Unsolved Winter Thefts

The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office is searching for thieves whose robbery this month put a end to a 40 year family tradition. The tradition that was ruined was a Christmas tree farm in El Dorado County. The farm’s owner, Gary Schoennauer, described what happened as a heartless crime.

Schoennauer documented the theft with pictures which show the damage done by thieves who broke in to the family cabin and shed, stole everything from televisions to chain-saws, to their truck.

The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office is also asking for the communities help in another unsolved crime of theft involving the from Pollock Pines Community Church. The theft took place in early November and church surveillance captured a thief in red outerwear with a black hood pulling various electronics from the media center in the back of the church. He or she took a guitar as well as multiple microphones, Sgt. Anthony Prencipe said.

The theft occurred at 5:44 a.m. on Nov. 14, according to the recording’s time stamp. Prencipe said the suspect entered through an unlocked door.

Anyone with information regarding either of the winter crimes is asked to call the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office at 530-621-6600.

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