Residential burglaries continue to plague the Manhattan Beach community. A Neighborhood Watch Crime Report released last Thursday documents six separate intrusions since Oct. 10.
Early morning on Thursday, Oct. 10, someone entered a residence on the 300 block of 8th Street through an unlocked door, stealing keys and a wallet. The victim noted that the trunk of his or her car, parked in the garage, was left partially open, but reported no loss from the vehicle.
The following afternoon, someone entered a residence on the 1200 block of 6th Street through an open window and ransacked several rooms. The victim reported an unknown loss.
Between Friday, Oct. 10, and Saturday, Oct. 11., someone entered a residence on the 100 block of North Poinsettia Avenue through an unsecured dog door and stole two pillow cases, jewelry and a trophy.
Then on Sunday night, Oct. 12, someone entered a residence on the 1600 block of Lynngrove Drive through an unlocked back door, ransacking the master bedroom. The victim reported an unknown loss.
Last Tuesday morning, someone pried open the rear door of a residence on the 1800 block of 6th Street, ransacking several bedrooms and fleeing with a wallet. The victim reported that the passenger side tires of his or her car, parked inside the garage, had been punctured.
The following morning, someone entered a residence on the 1800 block of Wendy Way by removing the screen of a bathroom window. No loss was reported at the time.