Sirens: Malibu Crime Report, Jan. 28 – Feb. 2

Crime Report

The following crimes were reported in Malibu between Jan. 28 – Feb. 2:


Car Crime

A vehicle parked on Wakecrest Drive was ransacked and a camera lens and clothing was stolen from the trunk.


Petty People

A MHS custodian’s iPod was stolen from a work cart as he was cleaning D Building during school hours.


Card Caper

A woman reported her wallet stolen from her shopping cart at Ralph’s. The female suspect used the debit and credit cards in the wallet to withdraw $5,000 from a Chase bank and attempted to withdraw from a Bank of America before a representative alerted the bank and victim of fraudulent activity. 


Stolen Semi-Automatic

A 40 caliber semi-automatic weapon, a gun case, and almost $2,000 in currency was stolen from a house on Manzanita Park.


Beach Burglary

A passenger window was shattered and a backpack, keys and clothes were stolen from a vehicle parked on PCH near El Matador Beach.


PCH Picked

The front window of a Chevy Silverado parked near Leo Carrillo Beach was smashed and a purse, wallet and driver’s license was stolen. 


Jewelry Job

Over $100,000 worth of Rolex watches and Berkin bags were stolen from a house on Bailard Road.