On March 28, a man stole an Amazon package from in front of a residence on Cedarhaven Drive while a white sedan waited for him. The package contained a toilet plunger, estimated value $15.
A resident of Lobo Canyon Road was notified of an Amazon package delivery on March 27, including a photograph of the drop-off. When he got home, he found the package was missing. It contained two JOYO wireless microphones and two 50-foot XLR cables, for a total loss of $227.11.
Someone driving a black sedan, possibly a Tesla, stole multiple pieces of mail from a residence on Lake Nadine Place on March 27.
A Volkswagen SUV parked in front of the Tennis and Swim Center on Park Sorrento was broken into on March 30. The front left window was smashed. A Longchamp purse and a pencil case containing Apple Macbook and iPhone chargers were stolen.
On March 28, a resident of Black Bird Way was told by an unknown motorist that some of her mail was on the ground at the dead end on Blue Bird Drive. There she found her mail not only on the ground but opened as well. She didn’t know if any letters were missing. Police advised her to place a fraud alert with all three credit bureaus to prevent identity theft.
A car parked in front of a residence on De Kalb Drive late on March 27 was ransacked overnight, with no damage to the vehicle. The owner could not remember if she locked it. Missing were two pairs of sunglasses (Prada and Ray-Ban), $20 in U.S. quarters and a padlock.
Early in the morning of March 27, two people wearing dark clothing and masks were recorded walking back and forth in front of a residence on De Kalb Drive. One of them used an unknown object to shatter the front passenger window of the homeowner’s Mazda CX-9, reached inside and removed a plastic bag containing four empty Mason jars. The victim found the stolen property discarded on the grass next to his vehicle. Damage to the car was estimated at $1,500.
A person vandalized property in the 5700 block of Camelia Lane on April 7, causing over $400 in damage.
More than $ 950 worth of merchandise was stolen from the CVS Pharmacy in the 600 block of Lindero Canyon Road April 5.
Also on April 5, property in the 5700 block of Oak Bend Lane was vandalized, totaling over $400 worth of damage.
On March 31, three women suspects were being sought in connection with the theft of $2,000 worth of alcohol, baby clothes and other items from the Westlake Village Target store. The same suspects were also believed to involved in thefts at Ulta Beauty stores in Northridge, West Covina and Thousand Oaks the same day, the sheriff said.
An unlocked GT brand bicycle, worth about $400, was stolen from near the bike rack at the entrance to Target on March 30 when the owner went inside the store briefly.
On March 28, a woman’s fanny pack was stolen from her car while she attended a workout class at the YMCA on Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Though she didn’t hear the vehicle lock, she was in a hurry and didn’t go back to check. When her workout was over, she got a call from her husband about multiple credit card charges at the Apple Store, Dick’s Sporting Goods and CVS Pharmacy. In addition to four credit cards, the fanny pack contained $400 in cash.