Man Burglarizes Business Offices at the Warner Center
Business employees and owners in Los Angeles offices should think about locking their doors whenever they leave the room unsupervised.
According to a police report, a man had entered at least four businesses between Monday, August 31 and Tuesday, September 8th, stealing purses and wallets that were left unattended in offices at the Warner Center, in the San Fernando Valley area.
The man had been confronted a couple of times by the employees when he was in their offices. However, when they questioned him, he responded by asking questions about the business, and then claimed that he was in the wrong office.
One business was able to capture the suspect stealing a purse or wallet through their surveillance video.
Los Angeles Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspect. From the video footage, he seems to be a short haired, possibly Armenian male with grey hair on the sides of his head. He has a tattoo with cursive handwriting on his right forearm and another tattoo on his upper right arm. The suspect has also been reported to be seen wearing dark polo-type shirts and blue or black jeans.
Anyone with information regarding these investigations is asked to call the Topanga Area Theft Detectives at (818) 756-5871.
To view surveillance video, see the LAPD news release.