3100 block of Abella Street in La Crescenta, a 2002 Suzuki motorcycle was stolen from the location overnight.
600 block of Pomander Place in La Cañada, a worker at a residence apparently interrupted a burglary in progress at a home. According to the LASD CV Station report, the worker noticed an older model four-door green SUV parked across the street from the home with the engine running. There was no one inside the vehicle at the time. The worker parked her vehicle in front of the home, gathered cleaning supplies from the car and walked toward the front door of the residence. She found the door unlocked and open. She entered and saw the family dog was inside the home, which was unusual because the pet is normally in the backyard.
She yelled “Hello” and heard movement from inside the home. She saw a man, 6’1 to 6’2” tall with a thin build wearing black jeans and a black “hoodie” long sleeve sweater with “Hollister” printed on the arms. The hood concealed the man’s face.
When the suspect saw the worker, he ran form the house. Another witness reported seeing a second suspect described as 5”6” tall, with a medium build wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans. Both suspects got into the green SUV and drove away. Several computers and guitars were found to be stolen.
The incident occurred at 1:08 p.m.
4600 block of Leir Drive in La Cañada, a mountain bike was stolen from a locked garage between 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
2500 block of Manhattan Avenue in Montrose, someone reportedly threw several small rocks over the back of a resident’s fence. The rocks struck the resident’s vehicle leaving a dent and several scratches. It appears the rocks may have been thrown from an apartment complex that is behind the residence. The vehicle owner walked around the fence and reported observing several children playing outside the complex. He asked if they were throwing rocks and the children fled the area. The incident occurred at 3 p.m.
5300 block of Ivanfern Lane in La Cañada, a resident was in her bedroom when she heard a banging noise. She walked down the hallway, toward the noise. As she approached the dining room, she saw a man walking through her glass sliding door that had been shattered, presumably by the suspect. The woman and the suspect made eye contact and he immediately turned around and left through the shattered window. The resident reported seeing two other suspects behind the first man. They also fled. The first suspect is described as a white man in his 30s, with short brown hair, 5’8” tall, weighing 180 pounds. He was wearing a white shirt and gray pants. The second and third male suspects were described as both white, 5’8” tall weighing 180 pounds. Both were in their 30s. The incident occurred at 11:12 a.m.