Redondo Beach Police Beat

Redondo Beach Police patch

by Garth Meyer

cut locks, picked locks and a stolen tailgate

Oct. 15-21

-In the 210 block of Artesia Blvd., a suspect picked a lock on a secruity fence and broke into a plastic storage shed. No loss was reported.

-In the 210 block of Dufour Avenue, a suspect typed a code at a front doorof a property to take items. Losses reported included an Amazone package containing a watch cable, Codax adapter and three Linter washing machine filters.

-In the 3700 block of Inglewood Avenue, locks were cut on two occasions to enter units and steal property. Losses reported include a Honda and a Kawasaki dirt bikes, a Brother printer and a gear vender for a 1966 Ford Mustand.

-In the 1400 block of Hawthorne Blvd., a locked storage unit was entered by cutting off a lock. Losses reported included a Chrome book laptop computer, electric Razor scooter, a computer tablet, Nike running shoes, a Petra leather jacket, U.S. a Mail carrier bag and Timberland boots.

-In the 3700 block of Inglewood Avenue, a lock was tampered with on a storage unit to enter it to take property including a Louis Vuitton wallet, a Louis Vuitton purse, Gucci shoes and various baby equipment.

-In the 1800 block of Hawthorne Blvd., a locked 2021 Ford Explorer was entered by unknown means taken were an Apple iPhone 7s, vehicle registration and insurance card.

-In the 1000 block of Avenue C, a 2012 Toyota Tacoma pickup was burglarized while parked on the street. The tailgate was reported lost. ER

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