License plates swapped with stolen ones | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Nov. 4-7.

  • Thursday, November 21, 2019 12:32pm
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Nov. 4

Car prowl: At 1:15 a.m. in the 8500 block of 148th Avenue Northeast, a passer-by noticed a car window was broken. They called the police. A laptop, backpack, clothing and electronics were stolen.

Nov. 5

Fraud: At 9:35 a.m. in the 16100 block of Northeast 109th Street, a woman was threatened with arrest over the phone by an imposter posing as an officer. The suspect told the victim their information was found in a car that had drugs and blood, south of the Texas border.

Nov. 7

Car prowl: At 5:23 p.m. in the 16100 block of Cleveland Street, a car owner returned to his unlocked car to find that someone entered it and stole several items. The prowler has not been found.

License plates taken: At 12:22 p.m. in the 1700 block of Northeast 80th Street, a man called police when he noticed his license plates were stolen. They were replaced with new plates that had been reported stolen to Seattle police.

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