Crime Blotter – Criminal Termites

Crime Blotter for September 13th through the 19th.
Car Burglary:
On September 13, 2011 a victim called the police department to report his 2005 Nissan had been burglarized. The victim said he parked and locked his car on 09/12/11 at 6:00 pm in the 6000 block of Canterbury Drive. When he returned the next morning at 8:00 am discovered his passenger window had been shattered and his property missing.
Stolen Vehicle:
On September 13, 2011 at 10:30 am, a victim came to the police department to report his 2003 Toyota was missing. The victim said he parked and locked his vehicle in the 10900 block of Culver Boulevard on September 12, 2011 at 9:00 pm. When he returned the next morning at 9:30 am his car was missing.
Car Burglary:
On September 14, 2011 at 2:00 pm, a victim called the police department to report her 2003 Honda had been burglarized. The victim said she parked and locked her car in the 4400 block of Sepulveda Boulevard on September 14 at 12:45 am. She returned at 1:20 pm and discovered her passenger side window was missing and her property missing.
Residential Burglary:
On September 15, 2011 at 8:10 pm, officers responded to the 6200 block of Bristol Parkway regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he and his family secured the residence at 7:00 pm and around 8:30 pm received a phone call from their property manager telling him his home had been burglarized. The suspect(s) gained entry by forcing open the front door and then removed the victim’s property.
Residential Burglary:
On September 17, 2011 at 9:10 am, officers responded to the 3800 block of Perham Drive regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he had his home fumigated on September 15th and secured all the doors and windows. On September 17th he received a call from the exterminators telling him that his home had been burglarized while tented. He checked the residence and confirmed his property was missing. It appears the suspect(s) entered the residence from an open second story window.

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