Bikes stolen, cars prowled by unknown suspects | Police blotter

The Mercer Island police blotter for May 30 - June 9

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Saturday, June 9

Theft: A wallet was stolen from a purse that was left behind by a restaurant patron on the 2400 block of 76th Ave. Southeast.

Wednesday, June 6

Prowling: An unknown suspect cut the rear right window of a soft top vehicle to gain entry on the 7600 block of Southeast 27th St. No items were taken.

Tuesday, June 5

Theft: A package with unknown contents was stolen off of a porch on the 2200 block of 82nd Ave. Southeast.

Monday, June 4

Malicious Mischief: A victim reported that an unknown suspect threw an object at their vehicle window and cracked it.

Sunday, June 3

Prowling: A victim’s window was smashed on the 9000 block of West Shorewood Drive and their iPhone was taken from inside.

Saturday, June 2

Theft: A student had their locked bike stolen from a rack at a school on the 5400 block of Island Crest Way.

Friday, June 1

Prowling: A victim, who was at a dog park on the 2000 block of 84th Ave. Southeast, reported that they returned and found that their vehicle’s window was smashed.

Thursday, May 31

Theft: A victim left his bike unattended while he went on a walk for an hour on the 7200 block of West Mercer Way. When he returned, his bike was gone.

Wednesday, May 30

Theft: An unknown suspect stole a purse from a Mercer Island YFS thrift shop on the 7700 block of Southeast 34th St.

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