Sirens: Malibu Crime Report, April 30-May 5

Crime Report

The following crimes were reported in Malibu between April 30 and May 5.

4/30 Weightless

– Malibu High was burglarized. Stolen items included four “plyo boxes” ($742), four 45-pound plates ($548), four 35-pound plates ($346), six 10-pound plates ($270), “Straight V” dip machine ($395), two 50-pound kettle balls ($109), two 40-pound kettle balls ($86), two 30-pound kettle balls ($64), two 20-pound kettle balls ($44) and one weight bench ($408).

5/1 Mac attack

– A vehicle burglary occurred at Surfrider Beach. The items stolen were a tailored Giovanni dark grey suits ($1,100), a black Ipad ($700), 64 GB black iPhone 5s ($700), a silver Macbook Pro ($1800), brown leather briefcase ($400), brown Ray Ban sunglasses ($180) and a Mercedes key. 

– A car was broken into at El Pescador State Beach. A black iPhone 4s ($200) and $30 in cash were stolen.

– On Pacific Coast Highway, a home was robbed of a 17-inch Macbook Pro ($800). 

5/2 Diamonds aren’t forever

– A stainless steel Cartier roadster watch ($8,000) and an aqua marine diamond ($7,000) were stolen from a Las Flores Canyon residence.

5/4 Anger management

– A car at the Malibu Gardens apartment complex was vandalized. The two-door 2005 Mercedes CLK 500 had its fender dented and paint scratched. The Mercedes emblem on the front hood was also ripped off and there was a 3-foot cut to the convertible top.

– Workers at the Malibu Shell gas station on PCH witnessed a burglary when two suspects placed a bankcard skimmer on a bankcard register at the gas station. 

5/5 Park and run

– A petty theft transpired at the Paradise Cove parking lot. A suspect lost his or her parking ticket and did not want to pay a $40 parking fee and drove off without paying.