Malibu Country Estates: Two Burglaries in Broad Daylight – One Home Hit A Second Time in the Last Year
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Malibu Country Estates: Two Burglaries in Broad Daylight – One Home Hit A Second Time in the Last Year

Two homes on the 380o block of Malibu Country Dr. were burglarized on July 10th, between the hours of 3-4 p.m. according to one of the residents involved in the incident who contacted Malibu Daily News.
Last year, two burglaries took place on June 22nd and another on July 2nd.
The suspects took jewelry, cash and valuable items. The victim filed a police report with the Malibu/Lost Hills Station who, with the help of security surveillance on the property, the suspect leaving his fingerprints and sunglasses behind, detectives tracked down the suspects in Nevada.
According the the victim, the case was submitted to D.A. Gascon’s office who took over a year to file charges.
A few days later, the victim was burglarized again.
This time the suspects disabled the security camera and entered through a small bathroom window.
The home was ransacked and cash was taken. The suspects also burglarized a second residence next door to the victim.
The following are screenshots from Ring camera footage of the June 22nd, 2023 burglary suspects at the victim’s home.
If you have any information about the burglaries on July 10th, please call the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station at 818.878.1808.
July 14, 2023

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