The suspect was described as a male, unknown race in his 40's, leathery tan skin, approximately 5' tall, weighing about 150 lbs, wearing a long sleeve blue shirt and grey slacks. The suspect had an identification card of some sort clipped to his shirt and possibly spoke with a "New York" accent. The second suspect was only described as a male. Loss in the crime consisted primarily of jewelry.
APD experienced a couple of similar burglaries earlier this year. See a previous post on the topic HERE. There is a composite drawing associated with a suspect from a previously reported burglary in that post. Suspect descriptions are similar, however, we do not have a sketch from the latest victim at this time.
Anytime someone approaches you or comes to your residence, obtain identification and confirm their identity. There are legitimate times when a City employee, gas, electric, telephone, or other service worker may require entrance to your exterior property. These persons should be in some form of uniform, have identification, and most likely a marked vehicle. Unless you placed the service call, do not allow anyone access to your home. If the person is suspicious or uncooperative, immediately call the police. Anyone with information should call APD Detectives at (626) 574-5160.