OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Multiple sources tell ABC7 News that Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price's work laptop was stolen during a car burglary outside a family justice center in Oakland on Friday afternoon.
The incident reportedly happened near 27th Street and Telegraph Avenue around 3:30 p.m.
According to Google Maps, the Alameda County Family Justice facility is located at 470 27th Street.
Sources say the DA was told to go online and make a report if she didn't want to wait for an officer to arrive.
On Saturday, OPD confirmed the burglary in the area saying in a statement to ABC7, officers learned that multiple individuals broke into a vehicle, took several items and then fled the area in a vehicle with the loss.
ABC7 I-Team reporter Dan Noyes said on X on Saturday, formerly known as Twitter, DA Price's bodyguard parked the $90,000 county Tahoe SUV outside the Family Justice Center, and returned to see the window broken and her work laptop gone.
According to Noyes, an OPD source says Price waited an hour for police to arrive, gave up and made the report online.
OPD said this is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the OPD Criminal Investigations Division at (510)238-3728.
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