A burglar broke into a home on Eagleton Street on March 28. The owner reported all doors were locked but the rear sliding door was found open. The bedrooms had been ransacked, and the owner reported that two cameras, a gold bracelet and a diamond ring were missing. The items were worth $3,300.
Someone broke into two offices on Roadside Drive the morning of March 23. Security footage showed two men breaking into the offices in the early hours of the morning. The culprits smashed a glass window to enter one of the offices and pried open multiple doors once they were inside, causing $4,500 in damage. The tenants reported that a laptop, scanner, live scan machine and a fingerprint box were stolen. The items were worth $13,100.
On March 22, a thief broke into a McDermott Plumbing truck parked on Lake Lindero Drive. The thief stole a Sawzall and a power drill, worth $725, that had been left in the truck’s rear cabinets.
Between March 22 and 24, someone stole a Ring camera from a home on Windsong Lane. The owner reported that the camera recorded a man approaching the home before noticing the camera and backing away. Shortly after that the power went out. The owner returned home to find that the power had been shut off via the fuse box on the side of the house and the camera, worth $150, was missing.
A thief entered an unlocked vehicle parked on Rainbow Crest Drive the night of March 19. The thief stole a stroller and 71 packages of clothing, worth over $4,000.
On March 19 a purse was stolen at Ladyface Ale Companie. The purse contained a wallet, driver’s license, credit cards and car keys, worth $3,500.
On March 17 a shoplifter stole three bottles of wine worth a reported $1,100 from the Liquor Chest on Kanan Road. Security footage shows a woman placing the bottles into a backpack and leaving the store while the clerk was helping a customer.
Between March 15 and 17, someone broke into a car parked on Lake Lindero Road. There were no signs of forced entry. The thief stole a canvas tool bag containing power drills, batteries, pliers and other tools, as well as a pair of boots, a tennis racket and a pair of sunglasses. The stolen items were worth $1,175.
A thief stole the wallet out of a purse at Vons on Kanan Road March 16. The wallet contained cash, a driver’s license and several debit and credit cards, all worth $95.
On March 12 two thieves stole two plastic baskets worth $20 and various hygiene and makeup products from the CVS on Kanan Road. The value of the stolen merchandise is unknown.
A person broke into a car parked on Thousand Oaks Boulevard the night of March 27. There were no signs of forced entry. The thief took three luggage bags, a laptop, a set of golf clubs and a handbag. The stolen items were worth $15,200.
A burglar broke into the Sinclair gas station on Calabasas Road the morning of March 23. The thief smashed a glass door, causing $200 in damage. Nothing was reported missing from the business.
Two men entered an unlocked car parked near Mulhollhand Highway and Las Virgenes Road on March 23. The owner had parked the car and gone hiking. When he returned he saw one man standing near his vehicle and a second man getting out of the driver’s seat. When they saw him they ran to a blue minivan and drove away. The thieves stole debit and credit cards as well as $180 cash.
On March 22 a shoplifter stole six bottles of cologne from the Sephora cosmetics store in the Commons. The items were worth $870. Security footage shows a man entering the store, putting the items in a bag and walking out.
Crooks broke into a home on Ambridge Drive on March 22. The owner, who was home, reported hearing glass break and going downstairs to see three men wearing masks standing inside his home near a shattered glass door. The men ran out when they saw the owner. They caused $500 in damage to the home.
Someone broke into the Mobil gas station on Calabasas Road the night of March 21. The thief smashed the glass door, causing $200 in damage. It was unclear if anything had been stolen.
On March 19, a man stole eight bottles of cologne from Ulta Beauty on Calabasas Road. The bottles were worth $1,000.
On March 13 a thief stole a wallet out of a purse at Trader Joe’s on Calabasas Road. The wallet contained a driver’s license, and debit and credit cards. The stolen property was worth $500.
On March 26 a thief stole the contents of a backpack that had been left in an event room at the Four Seasons Hotel on Dole Drive. The owner had gone to change his pants and returned to find that someone had stolen his wallet, ID card, work pants and debit card from the backpack. The stolen items were worth $215.
A burglar broke into a car parked outside Costco on Russell Ranch Road on March 19. The driver’s side window had been cracked and the passenger window was shattered, causing $2,200 in damage. Nothing was reported missing.
Between March 15 and 19 a thief stole a wallet out of a car parked on Charthouse Circle. The wallet contained a driver’s license, Social Security card, and several credit and debit cards. The stolen items were worth $120.
On March 4 two men stole $898 worth of merchandise from the Target store on Russell Ranch Road. The men went through the store and put two Lego sets, two science kits and a smart water in a cart. They paid for the items using counterfeit money.
The same day, March 4, someone stole $1,800 from a cash register at Target. The thief bought $2,800 worth of gift cards, and paid with $100 bills that he placed on the counter. He palmed $1,800 without the cashier noticing and walked out with the money and gift cards.