Is this weird, creepy or funny?
A woman entered a Seal Beach store wearing a horse mask Jan. 3 at about 7:11 p.m.
She didn’t say anything and “just walked around the store,” according to a witness, an employee at the business.
The woman eventually took the mask off, left the store and exited the Seal Beach Boulevard parking lot in a white four-door sedan.
The witness, who reported the incident to the Seal Beach Police Department, said while no crime was committed, the incident was “suspicious.”
The witness described the woman as having long hair and described the woman's driving as reckless.
This report came from the crime log of the SBPD for Dec. 31 through Jan. 7
- 01/10/2013 – 1:49 p.m. – Avalon Drive – Five juveniles were playing with paint guns (or paint ball guns) in the park.
- 10/11/2013 – 7:02 p.m. – B Row – Fire workers were being set off near the playground right across form the security guard shack.
- 10/21/2013 – 1:12 p.m. – Ironwood Avenue – A caller’s 14-year-old at home said there were three suspicious men on the property, cleaning windows in front yard and the slider off the backyard. The caller then confirmed with the landlord that no one is expected to be there for cleaning. The subjects left on foot. It turned out the people were working for a pest control service that was there to spray for fleas.
- 1/03/2013 —11:01 a.m. — Beachcomber Driver — About a week ago a woman noticed she was missing jewelry -- valued at $3,500 -- from her dining room closet.