Report on crime in seaside towns of May 13 | Local News – The Beach Reporter
Burgled point of sale
Suspects entered a secure store by unknown means to pick up goods on April 13 at around 11:30 p.m. near the 4000 block of Inglewood Avenue. Losses included cash and the store sign. The burglar failed to attempt to gain access to the mailboxes.
On April 14, two beach cruiser bikes were stolen late that night from a carport in a building located in the 400 block of G Avenue.
Parking garage burglary
Two mail suspects were identified following the removal of a lock and entering an underground parking lot on the 2200 block of Farrell Avenue at 4:50 a.m. on April 20. An electric bicycle was stolen.
At approximately 5:30 a.m. on April 23, a suspect opened mailboxes and took property from a location in the 400 block of S. Prospect Ave.
Stolen construction tools
Suspects entered a residence on the 1700 block of Van Horne Lane by removing a garage lock overnight on April 23. The loss included a Dewalt miter saw; Mekita palm sander and nail gun, Hitatchi stapler, Stabila level, Milwaukee screwdriver set, Stanley Craftsman scissors, two chop saw blades, bucket cart, and other assorted tools and supplies.
A GMC Savana with a moving trailer attached was entered by unknown means early in the morning on April 12 on the 2200 block of Grant Avenue. The thieves took a Samsung TV, jewelry, Jordan shoes, a family bible, and vehicle rental documents.
Two vehicles from the 2900 block of 182nd Street were broken into on April 18 after suspects entered through rear passenger windows. The incidents occurred between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. From one of the vehicles – a Ford pickup truck – the losses include a medical bag containing equipment and a code reader. From the other vehicle – a Chevy Tahoe SUV – items taken include Milwaukee and Sauter tools.
Unknown suspects on April 23 during the evening hours entered a vehicle locked by the driver’s rear window. Among the items taken were a Kate Spade purse and wallet, credit cards, an EDD card, Bose headphones and sunglasses. The vehicle was parked on the 200 block of the Yacht Club Way.
A MacBook Pro computer was taken on April 21, around 10:30 am, in a vehicle parked on the 1200 block of N. Catalina Avenue. There was no sign of forced entry.
Police have received reports that vehicles, a KIA Optima and a Hyundai Sonata, were stolen between April 17 and 20 in the 200 block of S. Juanita Avenue and the 2700 block of Carnegie. Lane. Also during this period, thieves attempted to take a KIA Sorrento from the 800 block of Camino Real by breaking the ignition.
Attempted vehicle theft
Unknown suspects attempted to steal a GMC Yukon from a parking lot at Block 2400 of Marine Avenue on April 21. The vehicle was unlocked and the ignition column was damaged. A JVC radio screen and vehicle headrest were taken.
Stolen vehicles recovered
Between April 16 and 22, police located two vehicles that had been reported stolen. One was a Hyundai Tucson that had been picked up in the 200 block of N. Irena Avenue, and the other was a stolen Toyota Tundra in the 1100 block of Rindge Street.
Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach agencies have not provided an update for this issue of The beach reporter.