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Photos of the suspected residential burglars in Alhambra. (Credit: Alhambra Police Department)

Alhambra police suspect a team of serial burglars struck as many as 10 houses in the last month, disabling at least two homes’ alarm systems before breaking in.

The single-family homes were each targeted in the late afternoon and evening hours in northwestern Alhambra, said police Lt. Jennifer Wiese.

There have been 14 residential burglaries since April 1, and of those, detectives believe from three to 10 of them were executed by the same burglars, Wiese said. Closed-circuit security cameras captured video of the suspects in the rear yard of one house.

Meanwhile, on Saturday morning, the report of a commercial burglary at the Boiling Crab restaurant in the 700 block of Alhambra’s West Valley Boulevard led to a police pursuit to Long Beach, where one of three suspected burglars was captured.

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