Here is the Valencia Crime Information & Public Safety report for September 25, 2017 through October 1, 2017:
Petty Theft – 25000 block of McBean Parkway.
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s cell phone from her car.
Attempted Murder- Creekside Road and Auto Center Drive.
A known male transient tried to choke a female as she was running on the bike path. The female passed out and a retired police officer was able to free the victim and detain the suspect until deputies arrived on scene.
Vehicle Burglary – 20800 block of Cabrilio Lane.
Person(s) unknown stole items from the victim’s unlocked car.
Grand Theft – 23600 Meadowridge Dr., Newhall
Person(s) unknown attempted to steal the victim’s truck. The vehicle was found with a punched ignition.
Grand Theft Vehicle- 27000 block of Sycamore Creek Dr.
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s 2001 Jeep Cherokee from the location.
Petty Theft- 26000 block of Bouquet Canyon Road.
Person(s) unknown stole items from the victim’s unlocked vehicle.
Making an online police report:
The following incidents can be reported online:
-Lost or stolen cell phone valued $950 or less
-Lost or stolen property valued $950 or less
-Theft from an unlocked vehicle valued $950 or less
-Theft from an open or unsecured area valued $950 or less
To make a report: http://shq.lasdnews.net/shq/SORTS/sorts_intro.aspx
It can take seconds for a thief to steal something from your car, so never leave valuables inside. Most vehicle crime is preventable. Don’t make your car a target for thieves by leaving sought after items such as purses, wallets, lap top computers and cell phones in plain view. Always check you have closed all your windows and locked the doors before leaving your car unattended. While there’s no surefire way to totally prevent your car from being broken into, keeping these tips in mind can make your car less of a target.
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