The following incidents were reported between Dec. 21 to Dec. 22


A home on PCH was burglarized, and a purse containing $2,500 in cash, miscellaneous gift cards totaling $2,000, and the keys to her 2016 Toyota Tundra were stolen. The victim said her purse and car keys were on her kitchen counter, and the suspects were able to gain access through the front door she usually keeps unlocked. The victim was unable to locate her vehicle and noticed it was missing as well. The vehicle is estimated to be worth $50,000. There were no security cameras available for evidence.

Card theft
Various credit cards were stolen from a vehicle parked on Westwood Beach. The victim noticed her cards were missing and said her Chase card was used for $842 at a Target and $868 at a Tily’s. The bank charges did not specify what location. There was no sign of forced entry or damage made to her vehicle.

Break-in at the pharmacy
Super Care Drugs Pharmacy on PCH and Webb Way was broken into, and an estimated $45,000 worth of narcotics were stolen. The victim said he received a text message of a break-in of the store at three in the morning. Upon arrival, the victim noticed the window to the property was shattered and noticed the stolen inventory. The victim had security cameras inside the facility and said the suspect was described as a male wearing a black jacket with green details, a blue face mask, and black gloves entered the business and filled two small trash cans with narcotics from Morphine, Oxycontin, Percocet, Adderall, and Ritalin. The victim said that the business has had burglaries before. The shattered door was estimated to cost $1,200 to replace.