Rocklin, Calif.- On Sunday, March 20, 2011 at about 10:23 pm, Officers responded to the Stanford Ranch Animal Medical Center at 2311 Sunset Blvd on the report of two subjects trying to break into the back of the business.
The subjects were dressed in all black and attempted to pry open the rear door of the business. The subjects did not gain entry and fled prior to the arrival of responding officers. At about 11:53 pm, two residents in the adjacent apartment complex called into to report that two subjects were at the same location listed above attempting to gain entry into the rear of the business.
The witness watched the subjects enter the business, exit with a backpack, jump a wall back into the apartment complex, and enter a grayish Toyota sedan. One of the witnesses then got inside his vehicle and followed the suspects out of the apartment complex and onto the City streets before losing them a short distance away. The witness did manage to write down a partial license plate and the make of the vehicle.
As a result, a quick thinking Corporal used his computer to find a Toyota with the same partial license plate. The vehicle was located a short distance away inside a nearby apartment complex. The two suspects were still inside the vehicle with some of the stolen items located in plain view.
Brianna Hauff of Rocklin and James Pryde of Roseville were arrested for attempted burglary, burglary, and conspiracy. They were both transported to the Placer County Jail where they were booked without incident.
The suspects are also believed to be responsible for a Roseville burglary that occurred prior to the 11:53 pm incident.