Safe and cash stolen from Public Storage
A burglar stole $15,000 in cash from a unit on Ventura Boulevard, according to sheriff's deputies.
On April 15, the victim found a different lock on his unit's door. Upon gaining entry, the victim noticed his 1-ton Melnick safe containing $15,000 in $100 bills was missing, deputies said. The last time the victim visited his storage locker prior to the burglary was on April 13, a deputy's report read.
The victim said the only way the safe could have been removed was if the thief used a dolly and a fork lift.
Public Storage managers said they would provide deputies a copy of video surveillance footage from the suspected time of the burglary at a later date.
Pricey jewelry taken in home burglary
About $10,000 in jewelry as well as tech devices were stolen from a residence in the 5900 block of Las Virgenes Road, deputies said.
The burglary happened sometime between 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on April 13, according to a deputy's report.
During that time frame, the homeowner had left her bedroom balcony door open, which is how the burglar gained entry, the report read.
About 50 jewelry items, including Swarovski necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings were stolen from a bedroom dresser, deputies said.
A Playstation 3, video games and an Apple iPhone were also burglarized, they added.
Car burglary on Adamor
A $200 dark brown leather jacket was stolen from a car parked in the 26000 block of Adamor Road, a deputy's report read.
Between 6 p.m. on April 13 and 11 a.m. on April 14, the burglar smashed a passenger side window to gain entry to the victim's vehicle and stole the jacket from the front seat, deputies said.
The jacket was long and reached down to the victim's ankle.
There are no security cameras at the location and deputies were unable to find any witnesses.