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Two Convicted Felons Arrested for Moreno Valley Mail Theft

MORENO VALLEY – Two convicted felons from the City of Perris were arrested for stealing mail in Moreno Valley on Thursday. At around 2:30 a.m. Moreno Valley Police were conducting a special high-impact patrol in the area of Sunnymead Boulevard, in the city of Moreno Valley. Officers were flagged down by witnesses who told them that two males in a gold Honda Accord had just broken into a mailbox outside the Post Office on Back Street.

The vehicle was located on Heacock Street and police made contact with the two occupants, Louie Ambriz and Francisco Martinez. Both suspects were found to be on probation and the officer conducted a vehicle search. During the search, the stolen mail and burglary tools were located inside of the vehicle.

According to authorities, Martinez initially gave them a false name, but officers later identified him as a felon wanted for unrelated burglaries. Both Ambriz and Martinez were booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center.   Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact Moreno Valley Police Officer B. Sinclair at 951-486-6700 or the Watch Commander at 951-247-8700.

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