Sunday, October 23, 2016

Crime Check: Police warn of Eagle Rock burglaries

Burglaries and vehicle break-ins from 11/28 - 12/4 | CrimeMapping.com

Burglaries and vehicle break-ins from 11/28 – 12/4 | CrimeMapping.com

EAGLE ROCK —  The LAPD Northeast Division today warned Eagle Rock residents of several daytime burglaries in which the suspect or suspects have usually entered through side windows or doors. But Eagle Rock vehicle owners should also be concerned about break-ins, according to recent crime statistics.

CrimeMapping.com shows that three burglaries have been reported in Eagle Rock between Nov. 28 and Dec. 4 in the 4900 block of College View Avenue; the 2300 block of Norwalk Avenue and the 5200 block of Monte Bonito Drive near the Eagle Rock Recreation Center.

But CrimeMapping.com  also shows that seven break-ins and thefts from motor vehicles thefts  were reported during the same period, including three that took place near Colorado Boulevard and Highland View Avenue.


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  1. Any relation to the kids going door to door pretending to be selling subscriptions for their schools? It’s not a stretch to think they’re casing houses.

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