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Canyon Country (East) Public Safety and Crime Information Report

Here is the Crime Information and Public Safety Report for Canyon Country East (Zone 8) for February 19, 2018 to February 25, 2018:

Robbery-14300 block of Sequoia Road
The victim was confronted by two male suspects in the driveway of his home. The suspects assaulted him and took his black leather book bag. 

Burglary-18000 block of Flynn Drive
Unknown suspect entered the victim’s garage and ransacked vehicle. 

Grand Theft-19100 block of Golden Valley Road
The suspect entered the store and stole four sets of “Beats” headphones. 

Burglary-30000 block of Sand Canyon Road
Unknown suspect entered victim's vehicle and stole registration card and insurance card. 

Petty Theft-19100 block of Golden Valley Road
Unknown suspect stole the victim’s wallet from the location (restaurant) while she was eating.

Burglary-18100 block of Erik Court
Unknown suspect entered victim’s garage and stole several power tools. 

Attempted Burglary-27500 block of Shirley Place
The suspect knocked on the victim’s door. A few minutes later, the victim observed the suspect through the peep hole and saw the suspect turn the doorknob in an attempt to open the door. The victim yelled at the suspect, who ran away. 

***Prevent auto burglary*** Almost all auto-burglaries have one thing in common: something to steal. That is, something valuable left in the car, often in plain sight of a passing burglar. Many auto-burglaries are "crimes of opportunity". These crimes can often be avoided if simple preventative steps are taken. It takes less than 30 seconds to break into a car and grab what is in plain view, How long would it take you to secure your valuables out of sight? Even less time.  With very little time and effort, you can make a huge difference in your vulnerability to auto-burglary. 

Deputy Luis Cabrera 
661-255-1121 X 4283 

Forwarded by Shirley Miller, Public Information Officer
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