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Posted: Friday, July 13, 2012 7:19 am | Updated: 8:55 am, Fri Jul 13, 2012.

Who: Lodi Nitro basketball team, coached by Brandon Seibel and Mike Yarbrough.

Vacation Spot: Santa Cruz.

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Dumanis, a Republican who backed DeMaio in his unsuccessful bid for San Diego mayor in 2012, provided no details, and her office refused to answer any questions, including whether a burglary suspect had been identified. She said in a news release that "no stone was left unturned."

San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman issued a similar statement, calling the investigations thorough but declining to answer questions.

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