Strangers need names, San Bruno police say

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Here's KTVU crime reporter Henry Lee's Rap Sheet for June 7, 2016:

CAN YOU ID THESE GUYS?: San Bruno police need help identifying three young men they believe may have been casing homes for burglary.

An alert resident reported seeing the men standing in front of his home on the 2400 block of Oakmont Drive about 3:30 p.m. May 29. The trio told the resident that they were "waiting to be picked up," police said.

The strangers then left with a fourth person who was driving a Honda Civic.

Police found video showing that the three had been dropped off in the neighborhood by the same Honda just moments before the resident returned home.

"Investigators suspect, based on the subjects' actions, that they intended to commit a residential burglary," police said.

Anyone with information on the men's identities is asked to call San Bruno police at (650) 616-7100.

CHATTY FRAUD SUSPECT WANTED: Mountain View police are trying to identify a man who used a victim's credit card to buy $1,000 in gift cards from several massage-therapy stores.

The man used the names "Ricky Williams" or "Ricardo Williams" while fraudulently buying the gift cards from Massage Envy stores in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara and Mountain View on May 14, police said.

Store clerks recalled that he was "talkative" as he bought the cards, authorities said.

Anyone who can identify this man is asked to contact Mountain View police Officer Scott Nelson at

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