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Police Reports: Surfers’ wallets, keys and phones reportedly go missing from their car

Police Reports: Surfers’ wallets, keys and phones reportedly go missing from their car
8:17 am PDT August 11, 2017

Two wallets containing multiple credit cards, car keys for an Audi and GMC, and two iPhones reportedly were stolen July 30 from a vehicle at Cross Creek Road and PCH. 

The alleged victims parked their car on the south side of PCH while surfing nearby. They reportedly left a car key concealed in the gas cap area of the vehicle and all of their belongings inside. 

Upon returning, they discovered the items missing. There were no signs of forced entry.

July 28

• A digital camera, laptop computer, two camera lenses and a camera case reportedly were stolen from a vehicle in the 3300 block of Topanga Canyon Boulevard. The alleged victim parked and locked his vehicle while hiking and taking photos nearby. Upon returning, he discovered somebody had gained entry to the vehicle, both rear passengers side doors were unlocked and items were missing. There were no signs of forced entry.

July 27

• A black Louis Vuitton backpack, tan Gucci backpack and silver iPad reportedly were stolen from a vehicle at 3939 Cross Creek Road. The total estimated value of the missing items is $5,600. The alleged victim reportedly said he locked his vehicle prior to leaving it parked. However, he left the driver’s side window open about two inches. According to the report, there were no signs of forced entry, and the reporting officer is attempting to access video surveillance footage from a nearby business.

Malibu Surfside News police reports are compiled from official records on file at the Los Angeles County Lost Hills/Malibu Sheriff’s Department headquarters. Anyone listed in these reports is considered to be innocent of all charges until proven guilty in a court of law.