The Redondo Beach Police Department investigated multiple burglaries this past week, according to the department's Part I crime recap covering reports received Oct. 4 through Wednesday.
In addition, the Torrance Police Department investigated one residential burglary in the Hollywood Riviera—the area of Torrance where residences and businesses have a Redondo Beach address—over the past two weeks.
Commercial burglaries in Redondo Beach
Two people entered an open business in the 1500 block of South Pacific Coast Highway on Tuesday afternoon, placed items in a basket and fled without paying. What exactly was stolen is unknown. The thieves were described as a black man and another man with a medium build. They fled in a dark 1997 Toyota.
A burglar smashed the glass of the front door of a business in the 1700 block of Aviation Boulevard the evening of Oct. 5 and stole a cash register and the money inside.
Flash drives and money were stolen from a business in the 1100 block of Lilienthal Lane in North Redondo Beach at some point over the weekend.
Residential burglaries in Redondo Beach
A burglar forced open a vent window in the back of a house in the 400 block of Avenue E at some point between Sept. 30 and last Saturday. Currency, passports, collector coins, costume jewelry and a camera were reported stolen.
An Apple Mac Mini computer and a check written out to the victim were stolen from a home in the 700 block of Camino Real on the afternoon of Oct. 3. The burglar came in through an open front door.
An intruder entered a residence in the 500 block of Avenue G through an open screen door and stole a wallet with money inside. The crime happened between Oct. 2-3.
Residential burglary in the Hollywood Riviera
Someone crawled into an unlocked window of a home in the 200 block of Vista del Parque in the Hollywood Riviera during the evening of Sept. 28. After ransacking the house, the burglar left with a karaoke machine, video streamer and jewelry.
Vehicle burglaries in Redondo Beach
A burglar entered into a locked 1999 Subaru Forester parked via unknown means at some point between the evening of Oct. 5 and Monday. No loss was reported from the vehicle, which was parked in the 100 block of The Village.
A stereo, pair of sunglasses and a dock key were stolen from a locked 2000 Hunter 420 boat in King Harbor at some point between the evening of Oct. 3 and last Saturday.
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