A Hermosa Beach couple thought they were doing the prudent thing prior to a weekend vacation when they put their valuables in their safe.
The Hermosa Beach Police Department is asking for residents’ help in solving and reducing crime in local neighborhoods by registering the location of home or business security cameras through CrimeReports Camera Registration.
Hermosa Beach is experiencing a wave of burglaries targeting homeowners.
Compared to 2013, serious (Part I) crimes declined in 2014 in all three beach cities. But the headline grabbing crimes that did occur reinforced the widespread belief that the early release of prisoners, resulting from AB 109, the Public Safety Realignment Bill of 2011, has made the beach cities less safe. The year’s most disturbing…Read More→
Three male, Whittier residents are in Hermosa Beach police custody after having allegedly burglarized the law offices of former Hermosa Beach city councilman Sam Edgerton Friday night.
Residents can report non-emergency crimes online
Police encourage residents to lock their cars
The robber, who stole several thousand dollars, has not been found.
On Sunday night, February 23, a couple was robbed at the Redondo Beach Pier in front of Barney’s Beanery. The couple, who lost cell phones, wallets and credit cards, was surrounded by a group of young people. According to Redondo Beach Lieutenant Joe Hoffman, the suspects in question had been inside Barney’s Beanery and were…Read More→
An accurate description of a car burglar and a quick call to the Hermosa Beach Police Department resulted in the successful apprehension of a car thief after an hour-long car chase through both Redondo and Hermosa Beach. “The victim [of a car break-in] gave a good description of the man and that made the difference…Read More→
Hermosa Beach police got a surprise Wednesday afternoon after a man driving a white Porsche drove to the police station to drop off a hand grenade he had found in his grandfather’s box of WWII memorabilia. Officers acted immediately by evacuating City Hall and the surrounding buildings as well as advising local schools to divert…Read More→
The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Redondo Beach Police Department are offering a $25,000 reward for any information that might lead to the arrest and conviction of the man who stabbed two 13-year-olds at the South Bay Galleria on the evening of Dec. 29.
Two suspects attempted to steal an entire bike rack with one bike attached around 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 23. The rack, located in front of Scotty’s on the Strand, was halfway loaded into a Ford Ranger truck when police were called and able to stop them before they drove away. Police reported that one of…Read More→
Redondo Beach police have released a sketch of the suspect wanted for stabbing two 13-year-olds at the South Bay Galleria last Saturday. On Dec. 29 at 7:23 p.m., a man stabbed both teens in the chest area while they stood in front of AMC Theatres in the mall, police said. The male victim sustained six…Read More→