Sirens: Malibu Crime Report July 2 – 16

The following incidents were reported between 7/2 – 7/16:

7/2 

Beach burglar 

A surfer’s keys went missing from the hood of his car parked at Nicholas Canyon Beach. No items were reported lost.  

7/3 

Backyard break-in 

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A suspect stole more than $5,000 worth of tools out of an unlocked shed in the backyard of a private residence on Latigo Canyon Road. 

Parking thief 

More than $2,000 worth of electronics and personal belongings were stolen from a car parked in the parking lot of a restaurant on Pacific Coast Highway in eastern Malibu.  

7/4 

Beach bandit 

A swimmer came back to find his backpack stolen from where he left it on the beach. More than $2,000 worth of electronics were in the bag. 

7/5 

Driveway dash 

About $3,500 worth of electronics were reported stolen from a car parked on a driveway on Surfwood Road. 

7/6 

Tech take

More than $3,000 worth of electronics were stolen when a combo lock box was found missing from a car parked at Latigo Shores Beach. 

7/8 

Car crime 

A stolen car key hidden in the wheel well of a car parked at Topanga State Beach led to over $2,000 worth of stolen items from inside the car. 

Beach break-in

A stolen car key hidden in the wheel well of a car parked at Surfrider Beach led to more than $1,300 worth of items being stolen from inside the car.  

7/9 

Cactus cut 

Cactus plants at a residence on Cuthbert Road were found damaged by a cutting device, amounting to $2,000 worth of damages. 

7/10 

Builder’s break-in

A $50 Bernzomatic torch was stolen from a contractor’s toolbox at Malibu High School.

Credit crimes 

A stolen car key hidden in the wheel well of a car parked at Leo Carillo State Beach resulted in more than $10,000 worth of stolen electronics and credit card charges. 

7/13 

Key caper 

A $100 key was stolen from the wheel well of a car parked at Topanga Beach State Park. 

Bag bandit 

A black duffel bag with more than $750 worth of items was stolen from an Airbnb above Surfrider Beach.

7/16 

Gold grab 

Four gold coins with an unknown value were stolen after a forced entry on Coastline Drive. Damages to the house amounted to more than $2,000. 

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