5500 Godbey Drive: The on-site manager for the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club received a phone call from Bay Alarm Company at about 1:03 a.m. on Friday notifying him the alarm at the club had been sounded. He arrived at work at 6:30 a.m. to find the vent leading into the golf bag room had been pulled back. He also noticed that a golf bag he’d seen filled with 12 clubs the day before now held just two clubs. The clubs belonged to one of the chefs at the country club, who said an unknown number of golf balls also had been taken from his bag. Video surveillance revealed two men had entered the clubhouse, shut off the lights and entered the golf bag room around midnight. The damages were estimated at $910.
2100 block of Patagonia Drive: A man received a call from his wife on Friday asking him to check on their house after she was notified by their security company that the home's panic alarm had been set off. He returned home around 1:30 p.m. but didn’t see anything out of place. When the wife returned home a few hours later, she found the bathroom window was left open and a pouch containing two Rolex watches valued at a total of $21,000 was missing. Damage to the house was estimated at $1,000.
895 Foothill Boulevard: Deputies responded to a burglary call from the AT&T store around 3 p.m. on Friday. A store employee said a man came in and said he wanted to change his service and purchase a new phone. He stepped away to call his girlfriend about the phones. A few moments later, the employee heard an alarm sound, notifying him a sample iPhone was disconnected from the display station. He turned around to see the man walking away with an iPhone in each hand. Another customer witnessed the incident and said the man entered a black Saturn that drove away and out of view. The store manager provided the deputy with the video recording of the suspect entering and leaving the store with the iPhones, valued at $649 each.