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Missing Xbox: A man who works at Microsoft reported that someone stole his Xbox game system from his office.

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Monday, April 21

Missing Xbox: A man who works at Microsoft reported that someone stole his Xbox game system from his office.

Strong-arm robbery: A man who was walking along Northeast 24th Street told police that he was struck in the face by another man, who then took the victim’s bank deposit bag.

Sunday, April 20

Deadlocked: A man who lives in the 9300 block of Avondale Road returned home after several hours to find that the deadbolt lock on his front door was damaged. There were no signs that somebody entered the house, according to the police report.

Car prowls: A woman who lives in the 10800 block of 168th Circle Northeast reported that her compact discs, bathing suit, sunglasses and vehicle registration were taken from her unlocked vehicle in the middle of the night. Her CDs were later found a few blocks away.

Earlier that night in the same block, a man reported that his cell phone charger and bag full of work-related papers and catalogs were taken from the cab of his unlocked vehicle.

Saturday, April 19

Marijuana possession: Officers responded to the Redmond pool parking lot in reference to people racing down the street. After investigating the scene, officers cited one man for possession of marijuana. He was later released.

Friday, April 18

Theft: Redmond police officers investigated a car break-in in the 8100 block of 149th Place Northeast. Sometime during the afternoon, a suspect smashed a car window and stole the stereo from the car.

Thursday, April 17

Strong-arm robbery: A man stormed into a business in the 7300 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway, assaulted the clerk and then stole some cash from the open cash register before running away. Police responded, but were unable to find the suspect.

Wednesday, April 16

Theft: A man who lives in the 16200 block of Northeast 72nd Way reported that the front license plate from his vehicle was stolen.


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