In the last week, Burbank Police have reported they have taken several reports of Catalytic Converter thefts in all parts of the city.
Late Saturday night at 2:55 am an alert citizen reported to The Burbank Police of possible fraudulent activity at The Bank of America located at 4123 W Olive Avenue.
Residents are encouraged to monitor incoming mail and to “return to sender” any unexpected mail from the EDD
Council authorizes City Manager to hire an outside company to come in and educate or fine offenders with administrative citations up to $500.
Burbank law enforcement officers try to keep the city safe.
City Officials want residents to know their insurance rights during wildfires
Burbank Firefighters were preparing for a 9/11 flag ceremony when the bell rang for a Structure Fire at Roy's Liquor located at 1627 N. San Fernando Blvd.
Police were notified of a possible trespass in progress/ and theft activity after receiving a call from an alert Security Guard watching the property from a remote location.
Men and women in blue working hard to keep city safe.
The Burbank police department puts in another busy week.
Late Thursday night an alert citizen living in the 1800 Blk of Richard Street called Burbank Police and said he just scarred off a trio of males attempting to steal his catalytic converter from his parked vehicle.
Burbank's finest hard at work serving and protecting the city.