'Knock-Knock' Burglaries: L.A. Councilman Mitchell Englander calls for $50,000 reward


L.A. City Councilman Mitchell Englander wants to end the string of "knock-knock" burglaries happening in upscale prats of the San Fernando Valley.

Yesterday Englander introduced a motion calling for a $50,000 reward for information to help police identify, arrest, and convict the criminals responsible for the robberies.

The areas hit hardest by the burglaries are Porter Ranch, Chatsworth, Woodland Hills, and Granada Hills.

Police say the creeps work in teams of three or four. One person will knock on the door, and if no one answers, the others will enter the home from the side or the rear.

Englander's motion is expected to be voted on next week by the City Council. Englander joined us today at 3:30 to discuss his plan:


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