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Burglary case leads to three arrests

Police arrested a man for allegedly burglarizing a CalMoto BMW dealership last month, which led to two subsequent arrests and recovered stolen property.

On May 26 at 1:40 a.m., 35-year-old Medardo Rivas Aguirre of Mountain View and Sunnyvale was arrested during an in-progress burglary at the dealership, according to Sgt. Saul Jaeger of the Mountain View Police Department. A second suspect, 20-year-old William Rivas Aguirre of Santa Clara, was also arrested in a nearby neighborhood in connection to the burglary, he said.

An investigation led police to a third suspect, 44-year-old Miguel Paz of Mountain View. Police received a search warrant for Paz's residence, and arrested Paz and recovered stolen property in his home. Pictures of the recovered stolen property, mostly jewelery and wristwatches, can be found on the Mountain View police Pinterest page. Anyone who recognizes items may contact Det. Andrew Wong at 650-903-6344

Police are still searching for other items stolen in the burglary, including motorcycle gloves, leather jackets and helmets, and encourage anyone with information to call the anonymous tip line at 650-961-5800 or Det. Wong.

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