Employee reports more than $1,400 of merchandise stolen from shop | Police Blotter for Feb. 6-12

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Monday, Feb. 12

Theft: Redmond police took a theft report at 11:17 a.m. in the 16400 block of Northeast 122nd Street. A man reported having a utility trailer stolen from his property sometime during the night. There was no suspect information available at the time of the report.

Sunday, Feb. 11

ID theft: Redmond police took an ID-theft report at 8:58 a.m. in the 10600 block of 161st Court Northeast. A woman reported having her cell-phone insurance compromised by an unknown suspect. The victim told police she got a notice from the insurance company that her new cell phone was being shipped to an address on the east coast. She had not ordered a new cell phone and did not recognize the address. The investigation is ongoing.

Saturday, Feb. 10

Shoplifting: Redmond police took a shoplifting report at 5:03 p.m. in the 16400 block of Northeast 74th Street. An employee reported more than $1,400 of merchandise had been stolen from the shop. Officers are investigating any viable surveillance footage.

Friday, Feb. 9

Assault: Redmond police took an assault report at 8:01 p.m. in the 3600 block of 157th Avenue Northeast. Officers responded to a call from an adult caretaker after his client reported having been hit by a colleague at work. The victim did not appear to be seriously injured and police are following up with all parties involved to determine what transpired.

Thursday, Feb. 8

Car prowl: Redmond police took a car-prowl report at 4:20 p.m. in the 19500 block of Redmond Road. A couple called police after having their vehicle broken into at a local park. An unknown suspect smashed the driver’s side window and stole a purse that had been left in the car.

Wednesday, Feb. 7

Burglary: Redmond police took a residential-burglary report at 3:18 a.m. in the 3500 block of 175th Avenue Northeast. A man reported an unknown person had entered his home without his permission. The victim told officers that he had seen the suspect standing in the front doorway of his residence and then he left in an unknown direction. Officers did not find anyone else in the residence or evidence of forced entry. According to the victim, nothing had been stolen from his property.

Tuesday, Feb. 6

Malicious mischief: Redmond police took a malicious-mischief report at 10:13 a.m. in the 100000 block of 166th Avenue Northeast. An employee at a local school reported that someone had thrown a rock and smashed a window in the gym. There was no suspect information.

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