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Transient Breaks Old Town Business Window With Shoulder

Also in recent Seal Beach crime calls, a resident reports $500 to $600 worth jewelry stolen, and woman "under the influence of something" needs medical help.

These reports were culled from the Seal Beach Police Department's Crime Log for Jan. 22 through Jan. 28.

BURGLARY REPORT

  • 01/22/2013 — 9:07 a.m. — Cedar Crest Lane — An unknown suspect stole jewelry — worth between $500 and $600 — from a caller’s residence within the last two weeks.

LOBBY

  • 01/22/2013 — 9:41 a.m. — Crestview Avenue — Someone entered a gray Toyota Matrix and stole a $240 GPS. There were no signs of forced entry, and the vehicle may have been unlocked.  

WELFARE TRANSIENT

  • 01/22/2013 — 1:26 p.m. —  Pacific Coast Highway and First Street — A woman wearing a white and black striped tank top and jean shorts appeared to be “under the influence of something,” a caller said. The woman was leaning up against a traffic signal and her eyes kept opening and closing. It turned out she was in need of medical aid – possibly suffering seizures – and paramedics were called to the location.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON

  • 01/22/13 — 2:12 p.m. — Main Street — A woman in her 30s wearing a pink top was walking southbound on the east side of the street yelling profanities. The caller said she might be on a Bluetooth yelling on the phone.

VANDALISM

  • 01/22/2013 — 4:50 p.m. — Main Street and Central Avenue — A man reportedly broke a window of a Main Street business with his shoulder.  he man was described as 30-years-old with brown hair and wearing a white t-shirt, jeans and a white jacket with the words "Seal Beach" on it. The caller said the person was probably a transient. The incident occurred on the east side of Main, just south of Central. 

Editor's Note: Not all facts in each report are made public; the outcome of the report may differ from the original blotter item. There should be no assumption of guilt based on this limited information.

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