Suspect steals garage door opener from unlocked car | Police Blotter

Mercer Island police calls from April 13-26.

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Friday, April 13

Theft: A reporting party was shopping in north QFC and had their purse in a hand basket. She set her purse down for a moment to talk to someone and her wallet was stolen. The reporting party was notified by her bank that attempts were made to purchase items with two of her credit cards.

Saturday, April 14

Prowling: A vehicle was prowled while parked on the 2900 block of 76th Ave. SE. The victim reported that items were stolen.

Monday, April 16

Malicious Mischief: A reporting party reported ongoing issues with damage to plants in the Native Garden at Mercerdale Field.

Burglary: A home for sale on the 3600 block of Gallangher Hill Road was burglarized. Several items used to stage the home were stolen; approximately $18,316 worth of items.

Friday, April 20

Assault: The reporting party stated the suspect attempted to hit her after a verbal altercation over a package delivery and a parking issue. The reporting party was not hit and did not complain of injury. The suspect stated he did knock a package that was addressed to him out of the reporting party’s hands after she refused to deliver it to him due to his attitude. The suspect did move the reporting party’s car out of his driveway when she abandoned it, and parked it on the road before the suspect drove out of his driveway and off to work.

Theft: A victim’s personal information was used to open an ATT account in Chicago. The account had gone to collections with $2,000 due. There is no suspect information.

Tuesday, April 24

Prowling: The reporting party’s car was left unlocked on their driveway on the 2200 block of 78th Ave. SE and an unknown suspect stole a garage door opener.

Thursday, April 26

Prowling: Two vehicles were prowled parked on a residential street on the 2900 block of 71st Ave. SE.

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