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San Mateo Men Among Auto Burglary Suspects in Foster City

Two San Mateo men were among four suspects arrested Wednesday in connection with multiple auto burglaries in Foster City.

Foster City police arrested four suspects early Wednesday morning believed to be linked to multiple auto burglaries, including two men from San Mateo.

An alert resident called police at about 3:50 a.m. reporting four suspicious people looking into car windows and trying to open the doors of parked vehicles on Haddock Street, Foster City police said.

The resident provided a description of the suspects while officers responded to the scene.

The officers located two of the suspects walking on the street, another concealed in the bushes of a nearby residence, and the fourth hiding in the driveway of another home, according to police.

The officers also found stolen property and other evidence of criminal activity, police said.

The four suspects were arrested and booked into San Mateo County Jail on various charges including theft, conspiracy, possession of stolen property, and possession of burglary tools.

Authorities believe the suspects may also be responsible for multiple auto burglaries that have recently occurred within Foster City, which are currently under investigation by the detective unit.

The arrested suspects were: Zachary Guyton, 22, of Foster City; Deondre Washington, 18, of Foster City; Timothy Todd, 18, of San Mateo; and John McNamara, 22, of San Mateo.

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