Police Report

June 28, 2008

?300 Block of Alameda Avenue: A Burbank man reported that someone had broken into his 2000 Ford Explorer and stole his $300 portable global positioning system unit on Monday.

?1000 Block of Alameda Avenue: A Burbank man reported Monday that someone stole his 1960 Chevrolet Impala while he was shopping at Staples. The man stated that he did not lock his car and that it was a custom show car valued at more than $100,000.

?2700 Block of Burbank Boulevard: A Glendale man reported that someone bought $1,200 worth of cell phones from his store with a stolen credit card on Monday. Police found that purchases were also made in Pasadena using the same stolen card.


?120 Block of Magnolia Boulevard: A Burbank man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of being drunk in public.

?1000 Block of San Fernando Boulevard: A Burbank woman reported that someone had stolen her car from the parking lot at Ralphs on Tuesday. The woman had left the keys in her car and kept the engine running while she went inside to shop.

?3700 Block of Empire Avenue: A Burbank man reported Wednesday that someone had stolen the catalytic converter from his 2002 Toyota truck. The theft occurred during the day while he was working at a nearby business.

?1800 Block of Verdugo Avenue: A Studio City woman was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of charges of burglary after she tried to pass a forged prescription at CVS Pharmacy on Wednesday.

?2200 Block of Hollywood Way: An employee at a rental car agency reported Wednesday that a Woodland Hills woman rented a 2008 Mustang from them in May and never returned it.

?600 Block of Cypress Avenue: A Burbank man reported Thursday that someone had smashed the window on his 2001 Chevy van and stole a GPS unit and tools valued at $800.

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