San Juan Police Arrest Suspected Burglar Posing as College S
SAN JUAN - A man attempting to break into a San Juan home earlier in December is behind bars.
Authorities said Robert Tavares Woodward was charged with attempt to burglary of habitation on Monday.
A woman reported two men tried to break into her home after they posed as college students. Both men would go door-to-door selling Christian bibles and asking for donations.
The woman said she refused to buy the books, but gave a donation instead. Surveillance video later captured Woodward trying to knock down her door.
Anyone who sees anything suspicious should call San Juan Crime Stoppers at 956-283-8477.
Tips to Keep in Mind When Solicitors Approach Your Home:
- Ask for identification and what company the person(s) work for
- Look at what the person(s) are wearing
- Remember the description of the vehicle
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