Nov. 14
4900 block of  Hillard Avenue in La Cañada Flintridge, a tankless water hearter and pedestal sink were stolen from a home under construction between Nov. 12-14.
Nov. 13

4400 block of Oak Grove Drive in La Cañada, two televisions were broken and a wooden bench was damaged at La Cañada High School. It appeared that one or both of the televisions were dropped or thrown from the upper floor of one of the campus buildings. The incident occurred between Nov. 10-13.
Nov. 11

2200 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada, as a woman and her family were returning to the parking lot at St. Francis High School after a football game, she noticed the back door of her vehicle was open. She reportedly saw a black man, about 25 to 30 years old, 5’6”, 190 to 200 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes  standing at the rear of her SUV. She yelled at him, “What are you doing? That’s our car.” The suspect ignored her and walked over to his vehicle, described as a black Cadillac “Crossover” with paper plates that read “Power.” He got into the driver’s seat and drove away, onto the eastbound Foothill (210) Freeway. At the time of the incident the man was wearing a black zipper hoodie-type sweatshirt, dark pants and gloves. The owner of the vehicle discovered the third seat of her SUV was missing. The incident occurred at 10:07 p.m.

2800 block of Sanborn Avenue in La Crescenta, several tools were stolen from two locked vehicles parked on the street in front of the location overnight.

4200 block of Commonwealth Avenue in La Cañada, a brown trash can was stolen from the curb in front of the location overnight.

Nov. 10
3700 block of Normandy Drive in La Cañada, jewelry was stolen and several rooms were ransacked in a home. The rear sliding door to the home had been shattered. The incident occurred between 9:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

800 block of St. Katherine Drive in La Cañada, a neighbor’s nanny contacted the resident and told him she had seen a male black wearing gloves in the backyard. The man drove to his home from work and discovered his backyard gate was open along with the gate to his deck. Both had been closed when his family left earlier that morning. He found the bedroom glass door had bee shattered and that the master bedroom had been ransacked. He discovered several pieces of jewelry were missing and a locked box that contained two guns had also been stolen. An attempted burglary in the same neighborhood was reported during the same time frame when a maid at a nearby home reportedly saw a man described as black, 28 years old, 6’1”, 200 pounds, wearing a white beanie hat, white gloves and white jacket in the backyard. When the suspect saw the witness he left the location. The maid continued to watch the suspect join two other suspects, both described as men wearing dark clothing. They jumped over the gate of the home and ran toward St. Katherine Drive and out of view. Both St. Katherine incidents occurred between 12:10 p.m. and 1:40 p.m.

Nov. 8
2500 block of Piedmont Avenue in Montrose, a victim reported that over $2,000 was missing from her Chase Bank checking account. After contacting the bank she discovered someone had written a check on her account that she had not authorized. The incident was reported at 11 a.m.

4700 block of Oakwood Avenue in La Cañada, several tools were stolen.