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Nov. 30

4500 block of La Crescenta Avenue, a gym bag, watch and other personal items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle between Nov. 28 and 30.

4400 block of Briggs Avenue in La Crescenta, an iPod was stolen and the fornt driver’s window was smashed on a vehicle overnight.

Nov. 29

2900 block of Santa Carlotta Street in La Crescenta, a resident heard the sound of a vehicle engine coming from outside her home. She saw a black Escalade parked parallel to her truck that was parked on the street. The resident reported seeing a suspect described as Armenian, 17 to 19 years old with a medium build and 5’11″ tall, open the hatchback of the Escalade and walk over to the resident’s truck. He reportedly began to dismantle the tailgate in an apparent attempt to remove it. There was a second suspect described as Armenian, 17 to 19 years old with a medium build and 5’9″ tall. The resident walked outside and approached the suspects asking what they were doing. One suspect yelled at another and they both entered the Escalade and fled at 4:45 p.m.

Nov. 27

2600 block of Altura Avenue in La Crescenta, a Sony PSP video game system, headphones, basketball and other personal items were stolen from a vehicle between 5:38 a.m. and 6:05 a.m.

2500 block of Queensview Lane in La Crescenta, a purse, digital camera and computer tablet were stolen from a vehicle overnight.

Nov. 26

2600 block of Pontiac Street in La Crescenta, a purse and cash were stolen from a vehicle overnight.

Nov. 25

2600 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, an employee reported that three men described as Armenian   all in their mid-20s, entered Ralphs market and stole three sandwiches and three bottles of soda. The employee approached the men and asked if they had a receipt for the items. At this point one of the suspects handed over his sandwich and soda, while the others exited the store. The employee followed them into the parking lot and again asked for a receipt. The suspect with the remaining sandwiches got into a confrontation and challenged the employee to a fight. They employee had safety concerns and returned to the store. The suspects fled the area in a vehicle described as black 2015 Prius at 7:08 p.m.

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