Crime blotter

Dec. 1

Big Tujunga Canyon Road in Angeles National Forest, after a hike a woman returned to her vehicle and discovered her wallet had been stolen. She began receiving notices from her credit card company regarding fraudulent charges.

The theft occurred between noon and 2:30 p.m.


Nov. 30

600 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, two women described as Black and both wearing green jackets walked into the store. The two suspects were reportedly seen carrying multiple women’s ski jackets and walking out of the store. The suspects were seen entering a black Hyundai sedan and driving away from the area at 6:28 p.m.


Santa Inez Way and Del Monte in La Cañada Flintridge, a catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle overnight.


4300 block of Commonwealth Avenue in La Cañada Flintridge, a resident reported that he received an alert from his surveillance camera. He witnessed a male suspect, described as White, about 25 years old and wearing a black baseball cap and black T-shirt, walk onto his property. The suspect reportedly walked toward the cars in the driveway and attempted to open the driver’s door of the Tesla but was unsuccessful in entering the car. He then walked toward another of the vehicles parked in the driveway and was able to enter one of the cars. That vehicle was found to be ransacked and several items stolen.

The theft occurred at 1:09 a.m.


Nov. 29

400 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, a woman was shopping and when she went to the cash register and reached into her purse for her wallet she realized it was not there. At first she thought she left her wallet at home but found it was not there. She then began to receive calls from her credit card companies about several charges made on her card without her permission. She reported the loss to deputies. She reported that while she was shopping a woman, described as White, middle aged with blonde hair wearing a light colored jacket, sparkle slippers and a pearl bracelet, approached her and asked her about bread. The woman now feels those questions were a ploy to distract her while her wallet was stolen from her purse, which was left in the child seat of the shopping cart.

The theft occurred at 4 p.m.


Nov. 25

800 block of Day Street in Sunland, a man went hunting with his friends and when he was done he left his firearms in the trunk of his vehicle and locked it. He drove home and left the firearms in his trunk for three days. When he opened his trunk to get the firearms they were missing. He did not see any damage to his vehicle.

The theft occurred between Nov. 25-28.