LIVERMORE -- Two Livermore men have been convicted of burglarizing a home while the residents were on Christmas vacation, authorities said Friday.
Alejandro Jaimes Murillo and Nestor Trevizo were convicted Wednesday in a Pleasanton Superior Court, according to the Livermore Police Department. Each is next scheduled to appear July 30 in the Hayward Hall of Justice, according to a clerk at the court.
The two men were arrested in February, seven weeks after invading a residence on Pestana Way, vandalizing the inside of the home and making away with more than $14,000 in property, Livermore police Sgt. John Hurd said. The family was away from the house for the holidays, Hurd said.
A security camera and surveillance system captured the two men's actions inside and outside the home on tape and helped detectives identify the men, Hurd said. Detectives issued a search warrant for the home, where they found items from the house and a vehicle stolen in Livermore in another incident, Hurd said.
Contact Rick Hurd at 925-945-4789 and follow him at Twitter.com/3rdERH.