At the Pacific Palisades Community Council meeting on Thursday, Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore warned residential burglaries remain high in the Palisades and most often happen between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
“The trend started in July, averaging between five and seven a week,” Moore said, noting that a screen on a window was not a deterrent: that criminals are in and out fast, usually taking money and jewelry.
Nov. 3: Akron: A suspect removed a window screen to enter victim’s home and took money.
Nov. 5: Bollinger: A suspect smashed a window, entered took a purse and wallet. Arbramar. A suspect smashed a glass door to enter victim’s home and took jewelry and a safe. Eskine: A suspect smashed a glass door to enter and took jewelry.
Nov. 7: Via de la Paz: A suspect pried a window open to enter, unknown if anything was taken. Palisar Place. A suspect attempted to open a door on victim’s home causing alarm activation. Suspect fled the area without entering victim’s home. Sunset. A suspect removed a screen to enter an open window at victim’s home and took jewelry.
Nov. 8: Brinkley: A suspect en- tered victim’s home through an unlocked door and took jewelry.