Suspect robs woman of gold necklace after leaving gym | Police Blotter for Sept. 27-Oct. 3

  • Thursday, October 5, 2017 3:41pm
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Tuesday, Oct. 3

Shoplifting: Redmond police took a shoplifting report at 2:35 a.m. in the 15300 block of Northeast 24th Street. Officers investigated a man suspected of stealing from Goodwill donation bins. Investigation is ongoing.

Monday, Oct. 2

Fraud: Redmond police took a fraud report at 12:11 p.m. in the 15500 block of Northeast 61st Court. Investigators are looking into a case of identity theft. The victim reported having several thousand dollars taken from his bank account without his permission.

Sunday, Oct. 1

Theft: Redmond police took a theft report at 1:44 p.m. in the 16500 block of Northeast 92nd Street. A caller reported an iPod had been stolen from his residence sometime in the last month. The victim stated he had an idea who might have stolen it. Police are investigating.

Saturday, Sept. 30

Robbery: Redmond police took a robbery report at 5:38 p.m. in the 4800 block of 156th Avenue Northeast. Officers responded to reports of a woman being robbed of her gold necklace as she left the gym. The victim stated the suspect ran up to her on the sidewalk, pushed her down and ripped the necklace from her neck. The victim sustained minor injuries from the attack. The suspect was described as a black male, mid-30s, about 6 feet tall and wearing a gray hoodie. Bellevue police have reported similar thefts occurring in their city recently. The suspect has not yet been identified and the investigation is ongoing.

Friday, Sept. 29

Fraud: Redmond police took a fraud report at 3:50 p.m. in the 8200 block of 164th Avenue Northeast. A local marketing company contacted police after an unknown suspect opened a fraudulent account in the business’s name and was charging invoices to it.

Thursday, Sept. 28

Assault: Redmond police took an assault report at 12:14 p.m. in the 16200 block of Northeast 87th Street. A man reported being assaulted by some acquaintances after he tried to get money from them that the suspects allegedly owed the victim. The victim stated two men known to him pushed him to the ground and refused to reimburse him. The victim was uninjured.

Wednesday, Sept. 27

Assault: Redmond police took an assault report at 11:05 p.m. in the 15900 block of Northeast 101st Court. Officers arrested one man for assault after he had pushed a neighbor who had contacted him about having cars blocking their shared driveway. The victim said he had knocked on the door of the suspect’s residence to ask him to move the cars and the suspect shoved him. The victim was uninjured and stated he wished to press charges. The suspect was told charges would be filed and released at the scene.

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