Recent Break in Attempt

Dear Spring Run Member,

On Tuesday night, February 2nd, we believe an unknown person entered Spring Run from San Carlos Estates by breaching the fence, crossing the fairway, and attempting to gain access to a home in Willow Creek. Thankfully, they were unable to gain access, and nothing further occurred. The only evidence was damage to the door from a tool used to pry it open. Apparently, this is the second instance occurring at the same unit, the first one being on either Jan 15th or Jan 16th around 2 AM. Neither attempt was successful, but it appears that whatever the motive, they are focused on this particular unit.

Following the report, we sent out a note about member security and safety responsibilities. It is a reminder of the importance of being aware of what is happening around you, and that if you see something that doesn’t seem right, please report it, or call the Sheriff if it is an emergency. Given the nature of the attempt, it is highly unlikely that this person entered from the front entrance, but we are continuing to review video and access reports from those nights to be thorough. So far, we haven’t discovered anything out of the ordinary.

We will also be looking at options for reinforcing the fencing along #2 and #3 asap to deter any further attempts. Certainly, it is good practice to make sure your windows and doors are locked, but we also feel that there is no cause for alarm within the community regarding this incident.



2 thoughts on “Recent Break in Attempt

  1. Jeanne Rogers

    Thank you. We have been asking for better security along the #2 fence for several years. Behind the tips on #2 is very vulnerable. Menzels should review whose been in their house. Sounds like someone wants Something they know is there.

    Sent from my iPhone


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