Valencia Crime Report: Week of 12/26/16- 01/01/17
Valencia (Zone 5) Public Safety and Crime Prevention Information: Week of 12/26/2016 to 01/01/2017
Burglary (vehicle)- 24200 block of Valencia Boulevard
While the victim’s vehicle was parked at the location, an unknown suspect smashed her passenger window and stole her tote bag which contained several personal items and $100 U.S. currency.
Petty Theft 25300 block of Via Artina
An unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked car and stole a phone charger and a first aid kit.
Petty Theft – 23800 block of Arroyo Park Drive
The victim had several packages delivered to his door step while he was away on vacation that were taken.
Grand Theft Auto- 25600 block of Rye Canyon Road
An unknown suspect stole the victim’s 2006 Toyota Scion.
Shoplifting -26400 block of McBean Parkway.
A male juvenile was arrested and released after he failed to pay for items he had on his possession as he exited the store.
Burglary (Vehicle) -23600 block of Via Maduro
An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole a BMX bicycle from the backseat.
Petty Theft -24100 block of Magic Mountain Parkway.
A female juvenile was arrested and released after she tried to exit the store without paying for items on her possession.
Petty Theft – 23300 block of Timberlane Court
An unknown female and male suspect stole a package from the victim’s door step while she was away.
Grand Theft- 23500 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
An unknown suspect stole the victim’s bicycle from his garage area. The bicycle was secured with 3 locks, and when he returned his bike was gone and all three locks were lying on the floor.
Grand Theft Auto – 23700 block of Walnut Creek Court
An unknown suspect stole the victim’s 2016 Ford Taurus from the location.
Please review the following safety tips for protecting your property and vehicle.
PROTECTING YOUR PROPERTY
PREVENTING THEFTS FROM VEHICLES:
Install a vehicle alarm or mechanical lock for the steering wheel or ignition.
Always lock the doors and leave the windows rolled up.
Always activate any auto alarms or anti-theft devices.
Keep books, tape players, and other valuables out of sight. Expensive items in full view invite theft even if the vehicle is locked. Don’t advertise the types of equipment you have in your vehicle.
Place valuable items in your trunk not the front or back seats.
Know the license number, year, make and model of your vehicle.
Do not leave money, checkbooks, or credit cards in the vehicle at any time.
Deputy Brian Heischuber
661-255-1121 EXT. 5164
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
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