Sirens: The following incidents were reported between August 25 and September 5 | New


The following incidents were reported between 25 August and 5 September

8/25

Great flight

mA Bobcat valued at $ 19,900 and a mini excavator valued at $ 15,000 were stolen from a construction site on Looshen Road. Security cameras were available, but the victim said she was unsure if they captured the suspects with the equipment.

8/31

Great flight

It is estimated that $ 2,000 in cash and $ 10,300 in jewelry were stolen from a storage unit under the Malibu Pier. The victim said the storage unit remained unlocked and the cameras were turned off due to the high tide, but said there were additional cameras on the pier. The owner said the doors are usually never locked during office hours.

9/1

Great flight

Cosmetics estimated to be worth $ 3,275 were stolen from the CVS Pharmacy in Malibu Colony Plaza. The suspect was described as a black man wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and gray sweatpants. The victim said she could not get a better description because the suspect was wearing a face mask.

9/2

Burglary

A restaurant near Zuma beach was broken into, but no items were reported stolen. The victim said that due to the camera angles she was unable to get a good description of the suspects. The victim said her business had been broken into before, so she was monitoring her with live security cameras.

9/4

Great flight

A designer purse valued at $ 5,000 was stolen from customers dining at a restaurant in Civic Center Way. The victim said her purse was hanging behind her chair as she paid for her food and when she returned to her table her purse was missing. The restaurant manager was able to ensure surveillance of the suspect who stole her purse. The suspect was described as a male, wearing a gray coat and blue pants. The suspect was seen placing his jacket over the woman’s purse and lifting her jacket and purse, exiting the main entrance to the restaurant and out of sight.

9/5

Burglary

A vehicle parked on PCH near Las Flores Canyon Road was broken into and a pair of designer glasses stolen. The victim was alerted by an employee of a local restaurant about his vehicle as well as several other vehicle break-ins in the area.

Burglary

A vehicle parked on PCH near Las Flores Canyon Road was broken into and the window shattered. The victim’s digital camera valued at $ 400 was stolen. The window was estimated at $ 400 to repair.

Great flight

A $ 1,000 designer bag and an iPhone were stolen from a couple dining at a PCH restaurant east of Las Flores Canyon Road. The guests walked away to use the restroom and were informed by the waiter that their belongings were gone. The victim’s iPhone was later found under a vehicle in the parking lot.

Burglary

A vehicle parked on PCH east of Las Flores Canyon Road was broken into and approximately $ 1,000 was stolen. The victim was a restaurant worker who said the money was a tip earned on the job. The repair of the window was estimated at $ 300.

Silver dash

A vehicle parked on Topanga Beach Drive was broken into and a window was smashed. The victim said about $ 50 was stolen from the center console. The repair of the window was estimated at $ 500.

Previous Doctors, Receptionists, Practice Teams Resign After Wave of Hostility Over General Practitioner Appointments | Doctors
Next conservation project receives grant from Texas Water Development Board | KLBK | KAMC