Vehicle break-ins at Calabasas High
Personal belongings were stolen from two vehicles parked at lower parking lot on Saturday, according to sheriff's deputies.
Rear passenger-side windows of a 2011 Subaru Outback and a 2003 Ford Expedition were smashed to gain entry sometime between 12:20 p.m and 2:40 p.m., deputies said.
A $2,500 leather Gucci purse, a $500 Gucci wallet and credit cards were stolen from the Subaru, the deputy's report said. A restaurant bill of $44 was charged to the victim's American Express card shortly after the theft, according to deputies.
A leather purse, a wallet, debit cards and $400 in gift cards to numerous stores and restaurants were taken from the Expedition, deputies said.
There were no surveillance cameras at the location, the report read.
SUV burglary at De Anza Park
A $500 Michael Kors purse was stolen from a parked vehicle at at about 4 p.m. on Oct. 25, according to deputies.
The rear passenger window of a 2002 Toyota Sequoia was smashed to gain entry, deputies said.
The purse, which contained store gift cards and a Visa cash card, had been placed on the rear floor of the vehicle, according to deputies.
One witness told deputies that she heard the sound of a window smashing at about the time of the burglary and saw a white man in his 20s, about 6 feet tall, wearing a gray beanie and a gray long-sleeved shirt walking away from the Sequoia. The witness said he drove off in a red, mid-2000s suburban-type SUV, according to deputies.
The facility supervisor said he would be meeting with deputies to review surveillance footage and see if the burglary was caught on tape. An investigation is ongoing.
Car window smashed by log
Someone used a 2-foot-long log to smash the window of a vehicle that was parked in a driveway at the , according to deputies.
The vandalism occurred sometime between 1 p.m. Oct. 1 and 9:30 a.m. Oct. 2, deputies said.
Deputies said the log, which was 10 inches in diameter, was smashed through the rear window of the 2000 four-door Jeep and was left inside the trunk.
No items were taken from the vehicle, according to a deputy's report.
There were no surveillance cameras at the location, the report said.