Pizza delivery guy witnesses his stolen van peeling away | Police Blotter

Police blotter for May 6-12.

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May 6

Stolen pills: At 12:59 a.m. in the 16300 block of Northeast 87th Street, an unknown person smashed a clinic window to gain access to various pills from the pharmacy. They stole various capsules. Police collected evidence. The investigation continues.

Supermarket theft: At 10:12 p.m. in the 16700 block of Redmond Way, a shopper realized his laptop was stolen from his unattended shopping cart. There was no security footage available. The suspect remains unknown.

May 7

Pizza car getaway: At 10:39 p.m. at West Lake Sammamish Parkway and Northeast 40th Street, a pizza delivery driver’s car was stolen as he was making a delivery. The driver’s van was left unlocked with the keys inside. He returned to the van just in time to see the vehicle peeling out. The van was found unoccupied in Seattle the next day.

May 8

Arrest: At 4:25 p.m. in the 17600 block of Union Hill Road, a 42-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of shoplifting. An employee witnessed the subject taking clothing without paying.

Apartment complex prowls: At 9 a.m. in the 16200 block of Northeast 80th Street, two residents of an apartment complex reported a prowler smashed their car windows and stole their property. The suspect is unknown.

May 9

Arrest: At 2:25 p.m. at Northeast 76th Street and Redmond Way, a 39-year-old was in possession of a stolen bicycle and illegal drug paraphernalia. They were arrested and officers tracked down the bike owner and returned her bike.

May 12

Ransacked: At 2:59 a.m. in the 6500 block of 152nd Avenue Northeast, an unidentified burglar entered an unoccupied home and stole electronics. It appeared the thief may have gained entry through a basement window.


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