On June 20 a burglar broke into a home on Cambridge Court by smashing a window on the rear door to the house. The thief ransacked the master bedroom and stole a Gucci belt, a gold ring and a pair of diamond earrings with a total value of more than $2,800.
Someone broke into a home on Towhee Drive on June 19 and stole $3,000 in cash. The thief entered the house by smashing a window and ransacked the home.
Video surveillance captured footage of two men breaking into Grissini Ristorante Italiano on Agoura Road the night of June 18. The thieves forced open the back door, causing $200 in damage, and stole $1,800 in cash from the manager’s office.
On June 16 someone broke into a car parked outside of Hugo’s Restaurant on Cornell Road. The thief smashed the front window, causing $300 in damage, and stole a Guess bag worth $80.
Two cellphones worth $2,000 were stolen from a storage space at Agoura Fitness on Roadside Drive on June 13. The owners placed their phones and other items in the storage space, which is unsecured and unsupervised. The rest of their property had not been touched.
Four cars in a parking garage on Agoura Road were broken into recently—three of the incidents on June 11. None of the vehicles were damaged or showed signs of forced entry. The thief stole a set of Titleist golf clubs worth $500 from one car, and clothing, perfume and makeup worth $230 from another car. The owner of the third car reported that his surfboard, headphones, running shoes, two pairs of swim goggles, swim shorts and a gym bag, worth $1,700, were taken. The fourth car was burglarized June 10, and the thief stole a horse therapy laser worth $30,000 from the trunk of the car.
On the night of June 19, someone broke into a car parked on Las Virgenes Road and stole an iPad, a pack of toilet paper and a bag, worth over $1,700. There were no signs of forced entry.
A thief entered an unlocked vehicle parked on Park Sorrento the night of June 19 and stole a space heater and a garage-door remote that were left inside, worth $55.
A car parked at the Commons was burglarized June 17. The front passenger window was shattered, causing $1,000 in damage, and a briefcase containing a laptop and checkbook, worth $3,500, was gone.
Someone broke into a car parked at Lovi’s Delicatessen on June 17 by smashing a rear window, causing $1,000 in damage. The thief stole two suitcases, a leather bag, a laptop, checkbook, clothing and a Kindle that were left inside. The stolen property was worth $775.
A thief stole a $1,100 set of golf clubs from a car parked on Las Virgenes Road the evening of June 15.
Someone entered an unlocked vehicle in a parking garage on Park Capri the night of June 14 and stole a wallet, sports bag and eyeglasses, worth $650.
Three tripods and their head attachments and an iPhone, worth over $2,700, were stolen from an unlocked car parked on Las Virgenes Road on June 14.
A package was stolen from the front porch of an apartment on Country Creek Lane on June 13. The package contained skin care products and men’s clothes, worth $120.
On June 11 someone broke into a car parked at the Commons by smashing the rear driver’s side window, causing $500 in damage. The thief stole a purse containing a wallet and credit cards, sunglasses, a watch, two necklaces, earrings, a makeup bag and a Mexican passport, worth over $1,400. The driver’s window was cracked, causing $500 in damage.
Another car at the Commons was broken into June 11. The thief smashed the left rear passenger window, causing $300 in damage, and stole a backpack containing Magic: The Gathering playing cards, worth $1,000.
The night of June 11, someone broke into a car parked on Summershore Lane and stole two iPhones worth $1,000 that were in the glove compartment. There were no signs of forced entry in to the vehicle.
A thief stole two sets of golf clubs and a pair of sunglasses, worth over $1,500, from a car parked on Lindero Canyon Road the night of June 8. There were no signs of forced entry to the vehicle, which was in an underground parking garage.