Halloween candy stolen from front porch | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Oct.28-31.

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Oct. 28

Burglary: At 5:43 p.m. in the 6700 block of 138th Ave Northeast, a woman a man met at a casino entered his home while he was at work and stole cash, electronics and a vintage designer chair. She may have stolen the spare key while she was in the home as an invited guest.

iPad gone: At 12:28 p.m. in the 17000 block of Avondale Way Northeast, a burglar stole cash and an iPad from a local restaurant. Police believe they got in through an unlocked back door, and took the money and device without damaging the property.

Oct. 29

Plate switching: Sometime overnight in the 18600 block of Redmond Way and vicinity, a number of drivers reported having their license plates removed and switched with other plates.

Car prowl: At 4:30 p.m. in the 18300 block of Redmond Way, police arrested two car prowl suspects after they were spotted in a car that matched a witness description of the thieves’ getaway car. Police followed the car, and watched as the suspects peered through empty car windows.

Car theft: At 5:30 p.m. in the 7500 block of 159th Place Northeast, someone stole a man’s car from his apartment’s parking lot after someone borrowed it and left it unlocked with a key inside. The car was located in Bothell a few days later but no arrests have been made.

Craving Oreos: At 1:40 p.m. in the 8500 block of 148th Avenue Northeast, a burglar broke into an apartment and stole electronics and a bag of Oreo’s brand cereal.

Oct. 30

Bike theft sweep: During the day in the 8500 block of 148th Avenue Northeast, multiple bikes were swiped from apartment patios and a public bike rack. The unidentified suspect cut through the bike lock chains.

Oct. 31

Need this candy: At 8:55 p.m. in the 10400 block of 170th Avenue Northeast, someone stole a bowl of Halloween candy from a front porch. The thief was caught on the homeowner’s security camera but has not yet been brought to justice.

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