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Suspects Wanted for Burglary, Attempted Murder at Riverside, CA, Self-Storage Facility


Police in Riverside, Calif., are searching for three suspects involved in burglarizing Tyler Mini Storage on May 4. The suspects allegedly broke into three self-storage units before being confronted by an employee and fleeing the scene in two vehicles. One suspect, Andres Octavio Inzunza, 48, allegedly tried to run over the female worker, according to police.

“The victim parked her golf cart in front of the silver Oldsmobile in an attempt to stop him. The driver rammed his vehicle into the golf cart and pushed it, and the victim, out onto Indiana Avenue. As the suspect drove forward, he yelled at the victim that he was going to kill her. As this happened, the second suspect in the Ford Windstar yelled, ‘Just kill her!’” according to a press release posted by the Riverside Police Department on its Facebook page.

When a second employee came outside to help his co-worker, “the driver of the Ford Windstar drove his vehicle into him, hitting his lower body,” police said. Injuries sustained by either victim were not reported. The drivers of both vehicles are wanted for attempted murder and burglary.

Police posted images, captured by a traffic camera, of one of the suspected drivers on the department’s Facebook page and received a tip identifying Inzunza as a possible suspect. The other two suspects are unknown.

Anyone with any information regarding the case is encouraged to contact Riverside police at 951.353.7957 or by e-mail at Anonymous tips may be reported at 951.353.7261 or via e-mail


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