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Update: Tips Sought After Multiple Vehicle Windows Damaged In Jamestown

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Updated at 12:25 pm: The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office reports that some additional broken vehicle windows were reported last night in Tuolumne, near Carter Street. Two suspects in the RAV 4 referenced in the earlier story were later captured after allegedly shooting at the vehicles with a BB gun. They are 18-year-old Jacob Demuth of Twain Harte and 19-year-old Mickey Brewer-Bertola of Sonora. They admitted to vandalizing various vehicles in the county. The suspect who was in the Jamestown surveillance image from the earlier story is still unknown. The sheriff’s office continues to seek tips. More information is below:

Original story posted at 9:54 am: Jamestown, CA — Several vehicles were recently vandalized in Jamestown in the areas of Fifth Street, Ninth Street, and Sierra Avenue.

Based on tips, the crimes are believed to have happened on Saturday evening, December 16, between 9 and 10 pm. It is unknown how many people were involved in the crimes, but the sheriff’s office was able to obtain surveillance footage of one of the smash-and-go incidents. There were several people in the get-away vehicle, and one person was spotted jumping out and doing the crime (see image). The vehicle connected to the suspects is believed to be a 1997 green Toyota Rav 4.

Anyone with information on the various incidents is encouraged to contact the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office by reaching out to Deputy Yue at 209-533-5815.

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