BEVERLY HILLS—On Wednesday, February 16, Beverly Hills police requested the public’s assistance in locating two suspects who have been linked to numerous daytime burglaries in Beverly Hills as well as in the Westside.

On February 7, Beverly Hills police observed Germayne Jackson, Tyree Jackson and Bryan Rachal commit a brazen residential burglary in North Hollywood. Dubbed the “knock knock” burglars, the alleged three criminal operators use the same method of attack upon each attempted burglary: knocking at the door to ascertain whether or not the home is occupied, gaining entrance and then ransacking the home to search for jewelry, money and guns.

According to police, “BHPD units immediately initiated a traffic stop on the car that was waiting for the suspects outside the victim’s home. All three suspects fled from the vehicle and Germayne Jackson was located a few hours later hiding under a tarp in a carport.” Tyree Jackson and Bryan Rachal were able to evade authorities.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office filed burglary charges against all three individuals and arrest warrants have been issued. Rachal was out on parole before committing this latest offense.

According to police, Tyree Jackson is 27 years old and is 5 feet 9 inches tall and 170 pounds. Tyree Jackson’s gang moniker is “New Born Den.” Bryan Rachal is 25 years old and is 5 feet 6 inches tall and 130 pounds.

The perpetrators are known to have ties to the Rollin 30’s Harlem Crips gang. The vicinity of the Crips is thought to encompass southwest Los Angeles. The Crips engage in gun and narcotics trafficking, as well as frequent home invasion robberies and burglaries. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) arrested eight members of the gang in 2007 and 24 members in 2008.

“We believe that the two are still in the south Los Angeles area living a ‘flashy’ lifestyle which has been funded primarily through burglaries and narcotic sales. Bryan Rachal has been spotted at popular nightclubs and late night eateries on the Westside and Hollywood,” stated the BHPD press release sent to Canyon News.

Germayne Jackson remains in custody at the Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail.
Rachal and Jackson are considered to be armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Beverly Hills Police Department,9-1-1 or the 24-hour BHPD Hotline at 310-288-2656.