Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Weekend Crimes Report



COMMUNITY ALERT
NOTIFICATION
LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF WEST LOS ANGELES AREA



BURGLARY THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE ALERT!
ATTENTION!
Burglary theft from Motor Vehicles (Car break in's) have been on the rise. This is due to very valuable and expensive personal property being left inside unattended vehicles.
An automobile is not a safe or secure place to leave any valuables whether locked or unlocked. If any property is left unattended in the car, even for just a few minutes, IT WILL BE STOLEN! Even something as simple as a small sun glass case, an empty backpack or gym bag will cause your car window to be smashed resulting in hundreds of dollars in damage alone.
Car burglars are stealing a variety of small electronics and valuables. The top items being taken in most car burglaries are back packs, portable GPS systems, IPODS, cellular smart phones, lap top computers, IPADS, purses, wallets and money.
The West Los Angeles Area continues to be a target rich environment. Based on the history and information from arrests that have been made we know we have a variety of car burglars that travel to the west side of Los Angeles to commit their crimes. Although many arrests have been made, the crimes continue occur. This tells us there are numerous suspects that are targeting the area.
The Los Angeles Police Department is making every effort to combat this problem. Community awareness and involvement is instrumental in the prevention of these crimes.
If the car burglars do not find valuable property inside cars eventually they will seek out other areas to commit their crimes. Please do not leave ANY personal property visible in the car!
Remember to Lock It, Hide it, Keep It!
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Christopher Ragsdale
Senior Lead Officer
West Los Angeles Community Police Station
Office: 310-444-0741
Cell: 213-305-5895
Email:
26690@lapd.lacity.org
Website:
www.lapdonline.org
Burglary:
10600 Ashton Ave. RD: 0834. MO: On 09/11/13, between 1130 and 1545 hours, suspect(s) smashed the rear slider door window and ransacked. Unknown property loss.
10400 block Wilshire Blvd. RD: 0819. MO: On 09/11/13, between 0001 and 1620 hours, suspect(s) entered office by unknown means and removed safe with cash.
1200 block Westwood Blvd. RD: 0833. MO: Between 09/07/13, 1900 and 09/09/13, 0900 hours, suspect(s) entered unlocked office and removed laptops.
1000 block Hilgard Ave. RD: 0817. MO: Between 09/10/13, 1600 and 09/11/13, 0730 hours, suspect(s) entered condo complex fitness room and removed TV.
Grand Theft Auto:
09-14-13 0005/1430 RD: 0816 Kelton Ave./Levering Ave. Street 1991 Suzuki GS500 M/C
Burglary Theft from Motor Vehicle:
09-12-13 1930/2030 RD: 0855 10800 block Holman Ave. Carport Smash Charger
09-13-13 1700/0930 RD: 0834 10700 block Wellworth Ave. Driveway earring,
09-13-13 1700/1800 RD: 0834 1300 block Warner Ave. Driveway GPS
09-14-13 2115/0830 RD: 0834 10500 block Holman Ave. Driveway documents
09-10-13 1900/0750 RD: 0829 1300 block Woodruff St. Unk Mercedes Airbags,
09-08-13 1930/1200 RD: 0815 400 block Bentley Ave. Street Money, tool
Grand/Petty Theft:
2400 block Coldwater Cyn. RD: 0809. Victim moved out of residence abruptly and his property was moved into a garage. Unknown suspect removed property from garage. Money/glasses. $4602.00

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