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La Cañada crime: Glass door shattered at Flintridge Pharmacy

March 14, 2014

La Cañada Flintridge

Feb. 27

Vandalism: 4400 block of Oak Grove Drive. A member of school security contacted police so a student's mother could report an act of vandalism to report to her vehicle's insurance company. On Nov. 19, the woman reported, her son had driven her car to school. When he returned to the vehicle, he saw that it had been keyed in a manner that was "quite obvious." The officer reviewed security video from that time period and saw nothing, but was informed the camera only records when motion is detected. No fingerprints were taken due to the passage of time since the incident.

March 4

Petty theft, fraudulent use of access card: 4400 block of Oak Grove Drive. A deputy working as a school resource officer was advised that a theft from a teacher had occurred on Feb. 1 but had not been reported. The teacher said he'd secured his vehicle at about 9 a.m. and had left his wallet in the car. When he came back at around noon, the car was unlocked, and two credit cards were missing from his wallet. A credit agency reported the card had been used on Feb. 3 in Van Nuys. The other card had been used the day of the theft at a gas station in Van Nuys. The teacher canceled both cards. The vehicle was not damaged during the theft. No witnesses to the occurrence could be found.

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March 6

Burglary, business: 500 block of Foothill Boulevard. At 2:30 a.m., police were called to Flintridge Pharmacy after a burglar alarm sounded. When they arrived, they saw the glass of the front door was shattered. An immediate search for suspects turned up nothing, and the owner was contacted. He said he did not know who had broken into the pharmacy, or if anything was missing, but said he'd contact the pharmacist in the morning and call back with any relevant information. Photos of the scene were taken and logged in at the Sheriff's Department.

March 7

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