Information taken from Rocklin Police Department log. Station 4080 Rocklin Road in Rocklin. JAN. 13 Just before 4 p.m., the driver of a vehicle parked in the parking lot of the U.S. Post office on Pacific Street became the victim of alleged auto burglary. According to the police report, unknown suspect(s) broke the driver’s door window, removed property from the left rear floorboard and ran away. The burglary caused $400 damage to the car and the alleged thief got away with $145 including IDs, a wallet and keys. JAN. 12 Overnight, the owner of Rocklin Overhead Door on Pacific Street became the victim of alleged theft. According to the police report, unknown suspect(s) cut the side gate to the yard behind the business and removed property and fled through the rear gate of the yard. The alleged thief stole $7,850 worth of property including miscellaneous garage door panels. JAN. 12 Between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m., a moviegoer at Blue Oaks Cinema 16 on Lonetree Boulevard reported being the alleged victim of theft. According to the police report, the 57-year-old victim allegedly lost electronics from the inside of his van after an unknown suspect(s) entered the unlocked vehicle and swiped the laptop. The theft is reportedly worth $900. JAN. 12 Sometime overnight, an NFL fan became the victim of alleged vandalism. According to the police report, the 42-year-old victim noticed his New England Patriots flag was damaged while it was displayed outside of his house on Whitney Boulevard. The words “Go Jets” were spray-painted on the flag by unknown suspect(s). There was also a burn mark visible, according to the report. The vandalism reportedly caused $40 worth of damage. JAN. 4 Between 10:40 a.m. and noon, a special education teacher at Rocklin High School became the victim of alleged theft. According to the police report, the teacher left the classroom with a special needs student and when she returned her hip pouch was missing from her classroom. The theft reportedly was worth $263 which involved bank cards, IDs and keys.