Victim scares car prowlers off | Police blotter

The Mercer Island police blotter for Nov. 12 through 18.

  • Thursday, November 29, 2018 3:30pm
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Sunday, Nov. 18

Motor Vehicle Prowl: A victim’s vehicle’s rear passenger side window was broken. The suspect entered the vehicle but nothing was taken.

Saturday, Nov. 17

Assault: A victim was assaulted by three people during a basketball game on the 8200 block of Southeast 24th Street.

Burglary: The victim left their garage door open overnight on the 7200 block of North Mercer Way. Suspects entered the garage and stole the keys to the cars parked inside. The suspects were caught on surveillance video.

Wednesday, Nov. 14

Theft: A reporting party said that someone fraudulently used her information and credit card information to order merchandise.

Motor Vehicle Prowl: A suspect broke a rear passenger window of a vehicle and stole an item from the backseat of the vehicle.

Motor Vehicle Prowl: A reporting party woke up to a noise outside her window and saw two male subjects dressed in black clothing, one with a pillow case on the 2200 block of 77th Avenue Southeast. The reporting party yelled at them and they ran off. The reporting party later found that her vehicle was prowled and is unsure if anything was taken.

Monday, Nov. 12

Theft: A suspect stole an item from a landscape trailer parked in front of a residence on the 8800 block of Southeast 59th Street.

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