Images have been released of three men suspected of burglarizing at least 15 businesses across Ventura, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles counties since October.
Dozens of Ventura County crime victims Wednesday were able to pick up their stolen property.
“To have something like this happen at a park like this a couple of days before we all got together to remember 9/11 is just, sickening to say the least,” said Ric Welch, the director of parks.
An Eagle Rock man is searching for the thieves who allegedly made off with his lifelong collection of comic books.
Riverside police are searching for a pair of cat burglars who’ve been targeting homes in the Canyon Crest area, often while residents slumber inside.
The city of Beverly Hills has been hit by copper thieves for the second time in the past several weeks.
A number of burglars seemingly had a change of heart after targeting a Southern California charity.
Glendale police said Thursday there have been at least nine reports of gas siphoning from vehicles in the southern portion of the city.
A heartbroken mother said burglars stole a Nintendo DS that had the recorded voice of her late son.
Authorities Friday were warning residents of one Southland community to be aware of thieves who are allegedly lying in wait before breaking into homes.
Little league players from teams across Grand Terrace Friday asked the community to pitch in and get the lights back up and running at their only lighted baseball field.
Two men and a woman allegedly stole 59 iPads from an elementary school in Manhattan Beach over the weekend.
Thieves have broken into two Southern California schools and escaped with $12,000 worth of iPads.
At least four businesses were burglarized between Fairfax Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard last month.
Authorities said thieves made off with approximately $10,000 worth of purses from a Dooney & Bourke warehouse in Fontana.