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Caller: Homeless Man Enters Main Street Biz, Throws Lollipop

Here are five odd, interesting or important crime calls listed by the Seal Beach Police Department recently.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON

11/10/2012 — 3:26 p.m. — Seal Beach Boulevard — A caller said that a 19-year-old woman has been walking up to elderly customers and saying she knows them. While the elderly subject is confused, the woman then allegedly tries to take them to coffee. The woman was last seen in a truck with some men and was described as wearing a red silk shirt, long black pencil skirt and red heels.

COUNSELING

11/10/2012 — 4:10 p.m. — Kenwood Road — A man said someone broke into his residence twice while he was bowling. The man said the suspect used a key from the lockbox, and the man said he has proof.

TRANSIENT

11/10/2012 — 12:15 p.m. — Main Street — A homeless man entered a business on Main and threw a lollypop at a caller, a caller said. The man was described as in his 50s, about five feet eight inches tall, wearing a plaid shirt and khaki pants rolled up and with bare feet.  The police officer issued a municipal code violation citation to the transient.

POSSIBLE PETTY THEFT

11/10/2012 — 5:58 p.m. — 10th Street — A caller said someone stole items from a white Chrysler Sebring parked in carport below the apartment. The man said the vehicle might have been unlocked. The loss was a gas card, a Visa card in the caller’s name, prescription glasses, a gym bag, two pairs of boxing gloves, an iPod, an iPod charger, between $50-60 in change and a large storage bin with three cases of ginger ale and a case of toilet paper.

MISSING CHILD

11/03/2012 — 12:55 p.m. — St. Andrews Drive — A woman called security after the three-year-old she was babysitting walked out of the residence. The babysitter said the girl was blonde with curly hair and wearing a red or purple shirt. She said she checked the house already. Later, the woman said she found the girl.

Information courtesy the Seal Beach Police Department.

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