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Reports are coming in of a group of theives breaking into vehicles at spots along Pacific Coast Highway.

NEWEST UPDATES added at the bottom.

According to witnesses, the group consist of up to 3 males. They also broken into at least one known vehicle at Sunset Point on Saturday, Mason Brown's Surf Report gave an update about that with some photos:

"Surveillance video of the robbers who broke into Guy's car yesterday!

They eventually pulled into the lot right next to Guy's car and broke in (possibly using a fob scanner). Guy saw them just as they were finishing and they peeled out."

Their worst crime... those shorts!!!

Keep an eye out for them!

UPDATE: apparently, this video is from today... they came back to steal again. Hopefully they were unsuccessful! But Guy confirms that those are the culprits!"

As soon as we posted Mason's info to our Instagram Stories on Sunday afternoon, we recieved many messages about the same group:

Mo In The Morning posted a heads up about these guys aand recieved numerious comments about them:



We will keep updating with new information if we can any.

Hurricane Jova may NOT be heading towards #SoCal, but some effects are still expected. High surf and dangerous rip currents are forecasted to start Friday.

in the Pacific Palisades area, Senior Lead Officer Brian Espin states the following crimes were reported from August 13 to 19.

August 13, 10 to 11:30 a.m., at 17000 Pacific Coast Highway. The suspects gained entry to vehicle by unknown means and fled with property.

August 13, 10:45 a.m. to 12:10 p.m., at Pacific Coast Highway. The suspect entered vehicle by unknown means, took property and fled.

August 13, 1:45 to 2:45 p.m., in the 900 block of Temescal Canyon Road. Suspects smashed the victim’s vehicle window, removed property and fled.

August 19, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., in the 17000 block of Pacific Coast Highway. The victim parked a locked vehicle near the beach. The suspects pried open the door lock and fled with property.

August 19, 9:45 a.m. to noon, in the 17700 block of Pacific Coast Highway. The victim hid the key, the suspect found it and used it to open the door and then fled with victim’s property.

August 19, 9:45 a.m. to noon in the 17700 block of Pacific Coast Highway. The suspect entered victims unlocked vehicle and fled with victim’s property.

After 50 years, Gladstones is closing down in October (some reports say as it will close as early as September 15). Their lease is coming to an end .Los Angeles County is the owner of the land and is seeking a long-term lease with new tenants.

L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, has called the property “seriously deteriorated and outdated.”

The building is set to be torn down and the city plans to construct a new culinary destination designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry and operated by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck. The proposed project calls for an architecturally attractive waterfront dining destination with easy access to public transit, including the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus. Preliminary plans include casual dining areas serving a changing menu of locally sourced, farm-to-table cuisine, a lounge, a rooftop bar, a public deck, small retailers including an ice cream shop, and a monument to the site's well-known tenant, Gladstones.

According to, California’s Pacific Palisades landmark has long been a state stalwart: Founded in 1972 right on the beach in Malibu, Gladstones restaurant has been a symbol of Los Angeles and the Southern California lifestyle for nearly half a century. Owned by former Los Angeles Mayor Richard J. Riordan, this classic establishment has stood the test of time, outlived trends, and set the bar for quality, warmth, and excellent seafood.

Saturday the 26th, Surfista is planning on meeting at Sunset Point.

For more info and to RSVP, Click Here

Aug 26, 9:00 AM
Sunset Point,
17300 Pacific Coast Hwy,
Pacific Palisades,

Find out about more upcoming local events, Click Here for the Event Calendar.

Come down and keep our coastline clean with Surfrider LA's crew of dedicated beach cleanup community! We will be gathering from 10am-12pm at Sunset Point to get trash out of our marine environments and connect with our ocean-minded crew.

Sun, Aug 27, 2023

For more info and to register, Click Here

A decent swell hits one of Los Angeles' most crowded surf spots, Sunset Point.

Another crowded day of surfing madness at Sunset Point in Los Angeles.

A crowded Spring day at Sunset Point in the Pacific Palisades. Video edited from our Instagram Story footage of this day.

Here's surfing photos from Memorial Day at Sunset.

This set of surf photos was shot by Six12 Media and brought to you by Body Glove.

These are just a few of the 2000+ photos from this session. If you were out there, you probably got some surfing shots, probably multiple photos, they will be in the complete photo galleries for this day, check them out, the links to the complete galleries are down below.

You can find about 200 more photos from this session, all full size and in high-resolution, in these 2 photo galleries:

Sunset - Memorial Day 5-29-2023 Gallery #1
Sunset - Memorial Day 5-29-2023 Gallery #2

If you were out there, we probably got some cool surfing shots of you, go check them out!

Wanna see photos from previous days at this and other local surf spots from this photographer?
Click Surf Spot Galleries and look for the spot and then the date.