Suspect punches out car window, steals purse | Police blotter

The Mercer Island Police blotter for Aug. 25 through 29.

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Wednesday, Aug. 29

Malicious Mischief: An unknown suspect used a pellet or BB gun to shatter the passenger side windows of a vehicle parked on the 2800 block of 75th Place SE.

Motor Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect broke the left rear window of a vehicle parked on the 2800 block of 78th Ave. SE. The suspect stole an empty brown purse.

Malicious Mischief: An unknown suspect pried open a door that leads from the parking garage to the mailbox room of Avellino Apartments and broke into various mailboxes. No mail was stolen.

Motor Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect stole yard equipment from the locked bed of a truck parked on the 2800 block of 75th Place SE.

Tuesday, Aug. 28

Burglary: An unknown suspect broke into an unsecured and unoccupied residence on the 8000 block of SE 36th St. The suspect also stole a vehicle from the garage.

Monday, Aug. 27

Theft: An unknown suspect stole mail from three residents on the 8600 block of N Mercer Way. The mail was found in a recovered stolen vehicle.

Theft: An unknown suspect stole mail from a residence on the 3700 block of E Mercer Way.

Saturday, Aug. 25

Motor Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect prowled a vehicle in the parking lot of Island Crest Park near Deane’s Children’s Park. The front passenger window was punched out and the suspect stole a purse and a wallet.

Theft: A theft occurred on the 7600 block of SE 29th St.

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