On Sept. 13, the two subjects pictured were captured on video surveillance at the Seaside Laguna Inn in Laguna Beach. The suspects arrived at the hotel in a dark colored sedan (unknown make/model) and loitered on the property for several minutes prior to forcing entry and entering an occupied room.
The suspects remained in the room for only a few seconds prior to fleeing the scene. The two female occupants were asleep in the room and did not see or hear the suspects, but later reported their door had been opened overnight. The women were shown the video surveillance footage, but they did not recognize either suspect and do not believe any of their personal property was taken.
Suspect 1 is described as a white male with thin build, wearing a grey shirt, olive jacket, blue jeans, and dark shoes with white soles. He carried a flashlight and was the suspect who forced entry into the room.
Suspect 2 is described as a white male with medium build (large gut), wearing a black hat with red lettering (Muggle), blue jeans, and black Converse sneakers with white soles. He had tattoos on both arms, stud earrings in both ears, and a possible face piercing on his right upper cheek area.
Anyone with any information regarding this case is asked to contact the Laguna Beach Police Department at 949-497-0767.
Police Looking for Credit Card Theft Suspects
On Oct. 10, several credit cards were stolen from a woman’s unlocked vehicle while it was parked at the Aliso Beach parking lot in Laguna Beach.
The victim reported one of her credit cards was later used at Home Depot in the city of Costa Mesa. Video surveillance was later obtained, which showed a male and female fraudulently purchasing a DEWALT 8-Tool Kit valued at $499.
Suspect 1 is described as a female Hispanic, heavy-set with dark braided hair and a possible tattoo on her left upper arm, wearing a black top, black pants, and black sandals. Suspect 2 is described as a male Hispanic, heavy set with dark hair, wearing an orange collared shirt, blue jeans, and white sneakers.
Anyone with information on the identity of either suspect is asked to contact the LBPD at 949-497-0701.