Daughter in room below, burglary happening above | Police Blotter

Police blotter for April 18-23.

  • Friday, May 17, 2019 1:30am
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April 18

Burglary: At 6:46 a.m. in the 1600 block of Roanoke Way, unknown suspects stole several construction tools. No suspect information or prints found. A neighbor may have video surveillance.

Fraud: At 8:57 p.m. in the 9600 block of Southeast 33rd Street, a victim reported identity theft and an attempted fraud wire transfer for $57,000.

Garage break in: At 4:33 p.m. in the 2700 block of 78th Avenue Southeast, four individual storage units located in a secured garage were accessed through an elevator maintenance room. There was locked handle damage. At least one victim had items stolen from their storage unit.

Graffiti: At 9:17 a.m. in the 3100 block of Shorewood Drive, there was graffiti painted on a road sign, bench and WSDOT box. There was no suspect information or physical evidence. Photos of graffiti taken.

April 22

Crimes above: At 2:27 p.m. in the 3000 block of 68th Avenue Southeast, the reporting person left their house at 10:30 a.m., leaving their daughter in her room in the basement. The person later returned at about 2:20 p.m. and discovered the home had been burglarized and numerous items taken.

April 23

Not Alaska Airlines: At 9:56 a.m. in the 760 block of Southeast 29th Street, a victim attempted to cancel an Alaska Airlines flight. They dialed a number found on Google. It turned out the number was from an ad site and not the number of the airline. The victim gave the person on the phone their debit card information and a copy of their driver’s license — requested by the caller. A $189 fraudulent charge was made to the victim’s card.

Mailbox theft: At 5 p.m. in the 2900 block of 74th Avenue Southeast, a victim’s locked mailbox was pried open. It’s unknown if anything was taken.


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