The teenagers got in through an open window and took a projector and several calculators before a school safety officer stopped them, LBPD spokeswoman Shaunna Dandoy said.
Burglars lugged two safes out of the credit union, but one of them—still locked—was left on the sidewalk about 20 yards from the front door.
Police said the resident called to say he’d used his cell phone to look at his home’s security camera footage and saw two men inside.
Police said they noticed the suspected burglars carrying a safe from a Papa John’s Pizza shop in Burbank on Tuesday.
Police said the burglar or burglars broke into a classroom and made of with tens of thousands of dollars of school property.
Police said they resorted to the Taser after trying to negotiate with the man, who refused to come out of the house.
Police said the burglar cut a lock and then loaded up a truck with tools.
Authorities distributed a photo Monday of Francisco Feliciano, a 32-year-old with ties to the San Fernando Valley.
A Signal Hill woman woke at 6:15 a.m. June 3 to find a man stuffing her belongings into a backpack, demanding money and threatening to kill her, Signal Hill police said in an announcement Friday seeking the public’s help in finding the burglar.
A Long Beach resident discovered his dog was missing after her scared off a burglar in his living room Sunday morning, police said.