Paso Robles residents urged to secure homes after rash of daytime burglaries

Paso Robles residents should make sure their doors and windows are locked as several daytime burglaries have been reported recently on the city's west side, police said.

The burglaries are mostly occurring on weekdays, according to police, and the thieves are gaining entry by kicking in doors or climbing through unlocked windows. Large electronics and jewelry have been stolen, police said.

In a recent burglary, a Hispanic male between 18 and 24 years old with a stocky build and facial hair was seen in the area, according to police.

Police advise residents to report any information about suspicious activity by calling the department at 237- 6464. -Tonya Strickland