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August 31
800 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, the front glass door was shattered and several pieces of jewelry were stolen from Euro Jewelers reported at 12:40 a.m.
1100 block of Oro Vista in Angeles National Forest, a 57-year-old Tujunga man was arrested on suspicion of possession a controlled substance believed to be heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia after his vehicle was stopped for expired license plate tags.  A 50-year-old female passenger of the vehicle was arrested on suspicion of possession of a narcotic believed to be marijuana. They were arrested at 10 a.m.

August 30
Verdugo Boulevard and Hilldale Drive in La Cañada, 32 hydraulic shores, shoring devices, were stolen from a construction site.  A 500-pound steel plate was on top of the shores. Someone used a car jack and another unknown device to raise the plate and steal the hydraulic shores sometime between Aug. 27-30.
3000 block of Paraiso Way in La Crescenta, someone entered a home without permission of the owner.  Nothing was reported stolen between 10:50 a.m. and 12:55 p.m.

August 28
2500 block of Teasley Street in La Crescenta, an outdoor screen was removed from a window and jewelry was stolen from a home between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.

August 27
2600 block of Pontiac Street in La Crescenta, a kitchen door of a home was pried open, a window cover was missing and jewelry was stolen from a home. A witness reported earlier she had seen a man described as Hawaiian or Asian, wearing a bright blue polo-type shirt tucked into black jeans. He was pacing back and forth in front of a nearby home near a black van or SUV. The victim of the burglary reported a man, described as black in his mid-20s, approached her weeks before and asked if she had a security system.  She told him she did not; she does not know why she gave him that information. The man asked the homeowners if they were interested in home security but was unable to provide any brochure on available systems.

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